South African Afro-Soul musician Zahara Bulerwa has come out to clarify the information about the recent fall out with her former management label. Zahara says that for long, just like many other musicians before, she had kept quite due to fear, till when she couldn’t bare it anymore.
“Many Artists in South Africa passed on, because they were scared to face their homes, due to the fact that they were broke,” she states. Zahara says that she took a decision to deal with the problem after realizing how she was losing, “I had to show them, rise up, but also show that little girl from the village, who I inspire to be like me, to know that when they come to this industry, its the industry owned by the record labels, but not us,” she explains.
Zahara goes on to admit how indeed the record label gave her a really hard time, where she woke up into realization of how she was being exploited off her artistry, which further pushed her into depression.
“For me it was all about that-to fulfill my dream, to inspire people,” she adds.