Daideng is a celebration of blue collar jobs and the importance of working hard to attain financial freedom. The song is sung by Amany featuring budding creatives, C.M.K and Teecy. It is produced by Murphy Cubic, with the mixing and mastering done by Larynx at Certified Music Records.
The song is prime to encourage young people in the city and country to not be ashamed of taking on blue collar jobs. This is especially relevant as the country eases COVID-19 induced lockdowns and the young people look for viable means of earning an income in the current context.
At the end of the day, everyone is looking for I ‘Daideng’ (money), regardless of their type of work.
Amany is a multi-genre singer, songwriter from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He is a storyteller, using his gift to tell stories of love and hope amidst hardship.
In October 2019 he released his first album State Of Mind, a unique body of work focused on mental health. It featured Tanzanian artists (Miss Geezy and William Otuck) and local talents ( Msiz’kay, the late Cal Vin Nhliziyo, Mandisa and KNG BL).
He has also released a range of singles including: NaJesu, Ngiyabonga, Nguwe Wedwa, Mungu, Asante, It’s your time, phenomenal, dead to love, Emathandweni and Impendulo.
He is currently working on his next Ep titled VUMA, which is set to hit the airwaves later in the year. The Ep is a fusion of house, amapiano and afro soul, produced by Zimbabwean creatives, Murphy Cubic, Larynx and Jahbue.