Macheso blasts piracy

Macheso blasts piracy
Published: 06 December 2012 (14888 Views)
Sungura musician Alick Macheso says music loving Zimbabweans should aid artists in stopping the sale of pirated discs by buying original CDs so that artists can develop their careers through the sales of their albums.

Macheso made the call when he performed for music fans gathered at a local joint over the weekend.

The Sungura king, whose new album is set for release this week, said most musicians this time of the year release new albums but their hard-earned profits will be ripped off by illegal vendors.

Piracy has remained a cause for concern in Zimbabwe as the street vendors continue to sell pirated material despite calls from stakeholders for their arrests.

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