The most recent album by KILLER T, “Tiri Vemuma Streets,” is now trending on the worldwide music website audiomack.
The record, which was out two weeks ago, is among the five most streamed albums.
After Davido’s Timeless, which is ranked first, Uncle Waffles of South Africa, and Kwesi Dain of Ghana, Killer T’s album is ranked fifth.
Killer T acknowledged his happiness with the reception the album is receiving through his manager, Kudzai ‘Supa’ Biston.
“It’s good to be competing with artists like Davido and Kwesi Dain.
“This means the album is being streamed across the world and it gives us more energy to keep working hard.
“This is an international platform and this was the aim when we released this album, making an impact on the international market,” said Supa.
Meanwhile, Killer T is set to officially unveil the CD for his new album at Jongwe Corner in Harare tomorrow.
He launched his album in Chinhoyi but fans did not get a chance to get all the 13 songs on the album. This time around, fans will get a chance to get CDs with all the songs.
“We have another launch at Jongwe Corner in Harare on Saturday. “This time around, fans have an opportunity to get a CD with all the songs.” Killer T will share the stage with Freeman.
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