Admire Chitsa, better known by his stage name Amaze, is a Zimbabwean reggae artist. The first born in a family of three. For the past years, he released a few singles notably back in 2015 (How Love Makes Me Feel produced by local Producer, Pepper). This single helped to launch his musical career, and as the video of the song dominated the top position on Zim dancehall Show which was screened on ZTV. The video was shot by Stota, one of Zimbabwe’s renowned videographers. These days Amaze has recently released his first, Anthropology album.
It is his belief that reggae music has been a natural calling and a gift to him ordained by Jah through music. He started singing reggae music at a tender age of 6 years old and has excelled through his various recordings. His works are influenced by the musical creations of renowned artists, such as Lucky Dube and Bob Marley.
The recent release of Amaze’s Anthropology album is one for the record books, as it boasts an international collaborative recording with the late Reggae Legend and Icon – Gregory Isaacs. The Cool Ruler was able to release more than 500 albums to date and before his untimely death 25 October, 2010.
The album features additional collaborative tracks with other reggae acts such as Dhadza D, Promics, Eyetal Fyah and Hilcardin and is now available in major digital stores, such as: Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play and Deezer
Since working with Intl Starz Records, he has released a few Singles but this is the very first Album project. The songs of the Anthropology album are very inspirational and motivational.
The primary theme of the overall Anthropology production is evenly distributed; depicts songs that are of scientific, human societal behavior in the past and present. The content of the album is pure brilliance and the message of the album is meant to reach various communities of different cultures across the globe; highlights the disparities of the Healthcare systems, Crime & Violence, Gender relations, Abuse, etc. For instance, the track – Black is Beautiful focuses on getting the message out to young black girls to be confident of their skin tones. The Border rendition is a remix of the Reggae Legend – Gregory Isaacs recording, that reminds of the creation of non-existing and existing borders. The Equal Rights & Justice song references its titled subject; equal rights & justice. The project marks a significant phase in Amaze’s personal and professional career.
Here is a behind the scenes short film based on the content, writings and overall concept of the Anthropology album:
You can check out Amaze’s music here:
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