Heroshima releases second single

Ntombi Heroshima Album
Ntombi Heroshima Album

New kids on the block called Heroshima have made a comeback with their second single 'Ntombi.' Heroshima is a music group consisting the trio Mivavo, Chencha, and Shintos.

The group has been in the music scene for the past two years. The group does afro house, and originates from House Kwasa duo Wizards where the group leader Mivavo had been a dancer for over a decade.

Being groomed by the legends in the industry has helped Heroshima to put a mark in the game. Ntombi is the second single from their upcoming EP. The first single was A re yeng, which received much attention and airplay. According to Mivavo their second single Ntombi describes a beautiful woman.

He said the song was produced by him, and guitars were played by Kapenda Katuta and recorded at Heartbeat studio. "Ntombi has received so much love from the public; more people have been able to enjoy the love message behind it. With the help of social media, we managed to publish our single online through our social media platforms Heroshima Bw.


We also managed to distribute our music through online music stores for downloads, streaming," he said. He explained that their secret was that they intend to bring out something new every time they drop a new song. Speaking of their challenges, he said the pandemic had cut down almost every sector adding that the music industry had been hardly hit as they could not get any event and promote the group to different parts of the country.

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