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Wasafi records, which is owned and operated by Diamond Platnumz, has just just introduced the world to the gifted singer and composer Zuchu.
She is the well-known taarab sensation’s daughter, and her mother’s name is Khadija Kopa. It is believed that Zuchu was born in the 1990s, making her currently in her early 20s.
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Zuchu Songs Below;
- Zuchu – Fire
- Zuchu Ft Joeboy – Nobody
- Rayvanny ft Zuchu – I Miss You
- Zuchu – Nisamehe
- Zuchu – Hakuna Kulala
- Diamond Platnumz ft Zuchu – Mtasubiri
- Zuchu – Raha
- Zuchu – Mwambieni
- Zuchu Ft. Bontle Smith & Tyler ICU – Kitu
- Zuchu ft. Diamond Platnumz – Cheche
- Zuchu – Nyumba Ndogo
Zuhura Othman Soud was born on November 22, 1993, but is better known by her stage name, Zuchu. Although she was born in Zanzibar, she is currently residing in Dar es Salaam and is signed to the WCB Wasafi record company. Zuchu is a Tanzanian singer and songwriter. YouTube presented her with the Silver Plaque Button in recognition of her reaching 100,000 subscribers in less than a week’s time. Within a week, she made history by becoming the first female artist from East Africa to achieve that milestone.
Eleven months later, she also made history by becoming the first female musician from East Africa to reach one million subscribers on YouTube. The AFRIMMA Emerging Artist Award was given to Zuchu in the year 2020, and he was the recipient of this honor.
Zuchu hails from Swahili Zanzibari ancestry and comes from a musically inclined family. The beloved and well-known female Zanzibari Taarab musician Khadija Kopa is her mother. She is this woman’s daughter. Zuchu began her singing career at a young age, and she subsequently worked with her mother Khadija Kopa on a song titled “Mauzauza,” which was included on Zuchu’s debut EP, which was titled “I am Zuchu EP.” Her first performances in front of an audience as a musician were in 2015, when she took part in the first running of the TECNO OWN THE STAGE competition in Lagos, Nigeria. [