Tamy Moyo is a young fast rising African star from Zimbabwe boasting an AFRIMA and a NAMA awards nomination to her belt. The top-charting and bold singer is best known for hit songs such as “Lay it Down” featuring Nutty O and “Beautiful Ndozvandiri” with Takura & Dobba Don. Nicknamed “her vocal highness”, she will be making her debut on Coke Studio Africa 2019 in the Big Break segment collaborating with Lourena Nhate (Mozambique) and Abush Zeleke (Ethiopia), with the trio produced by Ugandan producer Daddy Andre.
Since launching her music career at the age of 18, Tamy Moyo has risen to be one Africa’s most promising acts, commanding a youthful audience across and beyond Zimbabwe. The talented singer made her debut in the music scene in 2016 with a refreshing six track album: “The 18th Roller Coaster”. From the album, Tamy churned out “Ndibereke” in 2016 followed by a Music Video premier of “Beautiful Ndozvandiri” on Trace TV in 2017. With the release of “Lay it down” featuring Nutty O in 2018, Tamy’s spot in the Zimbabwe music scene was affirmed, after the single received heavy rotation on top Zimbabwean radios. She is currently riding high with her new single “Tekere”.
Tamy combines her unique vocals, left handed guitar skills and high energy stage choreography to deliver exemplary performances. She has performed at some of the most prestigious festivals locally and international including: HIFA (Harare international festival of the arts, a 3-month Europe tour with Mother Africa, Joe Thomas in Concert in Zimbabwe, American Independence day celebrations and at the Madison Square Gardens (New York). Tamy sits on the board of “The Dreams Project”, an organization that advocates for HIV and AIDs awareness in the rural areas of Zimbabwe. She was also appointed as the Child Ambassador for Childline (Zimbabwe) in 2011 where she served for 5 years.
Thamsanqa Moyo, daughter of Star FM presenter Richard Kohola populary known as “RK The Music Doctor”, was born on 5 January 1998. She started her music career at the age of 7 while still in Grade Two at Lusitania Primary School where she sung in the senior choir. She later attended Westridge High School where at the age of 13, she was already sharing the stage with legendary artists such as Oliver Mtukudzi.