Popular urban grooves artist Roki has relocated to the rural Chitsvatsva Village in Seke after having sold all what he had to do with music. He however says he sold the old equipment in order to buy new instruments.
“It’s true I am now living in Seke and I have discovered that living as a tenant for years cost me money that could have helped me to acquire (something) big,” said Roki.
“With the house in Chitsvatsva village, I wake up every day with plans to construct my own studio and do other projects since it belongs to me.
“Kuroja kwakandishaisa zvakawanda but here in Seke all is well with the availability of electricity, which helps me to do many things that makes my music industry grow,” he said.