DIVA of the year Selmor Mtukudzi, who is closely working with Alick Macheso, said she has learnt to work hard and shush.

The caring mother of three, who is no doubt the heiress to the Oliver Tuku Mtukidzi throne, said she learning from the best after sharing the stage with Baba Sharo.

Their romance started at Jongwe Corner this year before the two camps shared the stage together in Australia, UK and Pamuzinda last weekend.

With the pair is set to hold another family show on New Year’s Day at Jongwe Corner, said Macheso was more than a father-figure.

I’m glad that Baba Sharo has been so helpful ever since I started sharing the stage with him.

He has been telling me to work hard and shush. Baba Sharo said my work will do the talking and there was no need for me to be loud mouthed as is the case with the others.

I will continue working hard and I am glad that I am in the safe hands, she said.

Speaking on her much-anticipated album Dehwe ReNzou to be launched on January 31 in Zimbabwe and February 1 in South Africa she said:

The album is almost done and we are simply doing final touches.

We have been sampling some of the songs and we thank our fans who have been there for us.

She added:

On that note, I would like to thank our fans and sponsors � Impala Car Rental � who have been there for us through and through.

2019 could not have been a fantastic year without their support.

It’s rare to have a sponsor who does a lot for the group and we hope the return the favour by performing my duties diligently.

Meanwhile, Selmor is set to further cement his relationship with Baba Sharo when they hold a megs family show at Jongwe Corner on New Year’s Day.

Joint proprietor Chau Nedi said they were ready for the family show gig.

We are glad that Selmor and Baba Sharo will be coming to Jongwe Corner once again on New Year’s Day.

We have done all the ground work to ensure that fans have value for their day.

If you recall, we last he once hosted the two and the experience was fantastic, he said.

Without fear or favour, 2019 has been Selmor’s great year despite losing her father on January 23.

She managed to console herself on stage and studio recording music.

Source: African News Agency