The Daily sun reports that legendary maskandi musician Phuzekhemisi is about to release a book which narrates his musical career that spans over three decades.
Phuzekhemisi whose real name is Zibokwakhe Mnyandu was born in Umkomaas in KwaZuluNatal.
The music department at the University of Fort Hare has been writing the book since 2019. The book will tell all about Phuzekhemisi’s challenges and successes in the music industry.
The relationship began when the varsity’s officials from the music department had a meeting with him during his performance in New Orleans, USA.
The book will narrate his story from 1988, the the period he started releasing music albums with his late brother Khethani Mnyandu. In 1988 he released his debut album ‘Malume’.
If it was not for the outbreak of Coronavirus, the book would be out by now. The book will reveal how he managed to keep going after the death of his brother.
Phuzekhemisi has appeared at some of the major historical events around the world. He performed during the opening of the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Japan.