Popular Gweru based music producer, Khulekani Moyo known as DJ Khule has hit his 100th mark of albums produced for both upcoming and prominent artists in the province.
Gweru Musicians (GM) Records has become one of the fastest growing recording studios for musicians, some who in the past had to travel all the way to Harare or Bulawayo.
DJ Khule said that his father was a pastor at the Baptist Church where he started music at the age of six until now.
“It was my wish to own a studio and produce super -refined music that entices those with good music ears. I worked with quite a number of artists when I was a teacher, producing upcoming musicians’ works on part time basis,” he said.
Encouragements from those he initially produced for made him think of professionalising his career, thus enrolling at the Midlands State University’s Music and Musicology Department before establishing the GM Records studio in 2014.
Many artists who worked with DJ Khule described him as one of those unacknowledged heroes whose creativity and passion has helped to make music production grow in Gweru.
“It was my wish to own a studio and produce super -refined music that entices those with good music ears.”
Unlike the successful Gweru music producers like DJ Oskid and DJ Tamuka who have both migrated to Harare, DJ Khule says he will stay in Gweru forever.
“I have done music for several artists like Mai Patai, Moscow Pembere, Nowell Mano, Pastor Olinda Marowa and several others who have now become fame, I feel humbled,” he said.