Zuhura Othman Soud (born 22 November 1993), best-known as Zuchu, is a gifted Tanzanian singer and songwriter. She has released many hit songs which have thrust her further into the music circle.
The singer dropped the song “Hakuna Kuala” which was widely loved. The lyrics of her music are entertaining and educating.
She is doing great under the WCB Wasafi Record label in Tanzania. The deal was made public in 2020. The deal with the label was completed in early April 2020.
Popular singer Zuchu was signed under the WCB Wasafi Record label in Tanzania, but it was not announced in 2020, when it was revealed.
|Full Name:||Zuhura Othman Soud|
|Born:||22 November 1993 (age 28)|
|Place of Birth:||Dar es Salaam, Tanzania|
|Genre:||Bongo flava • afro-pop • RnB|
|Boyfriend • Husband:||Not Disclosed|
|Occupation:||Singer • songwriter • Dancer|
Zuchu was born on 22 November 1993 in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Her parents raised her and she started showing interest in music as a young child. Her mother supported her and as she grew, she joined the choir in her church.
There she gained exposure, experience, and skills. All she learned as a member of the choir is helping.
The gifted musician has the sonorous voice and other talents to do exceptionally well in the music industry. This is among the major justification that shot her into the spotlight.
She hails from a musical Swahili Zanzibari family and background. Her mother is a famous figure in Tanzania.
Zuchu’s mother Khadija Kopa is a famous Zanzibaru Taarab musician. She had a collaboration with her mother on a song Mauzauza from her first EP titled I am Zuchu.
She had her primary school education in Tanzania but the name of the institution is not known. Others have argued that the talented singer is either a graduate or in a higher institution.
The Nation has not verified the sources, it could be rumors or speculations. The songwriter has not mentioned anything about her educational background.
One of her first and notable public performances as a singer was in 2015 in the first edition of Techno Own The Stage held in Lagos, Nigeria.
Singing has always been her thing even as a young child. She has received the Silver Plaque Button from YouTube for reaching 100k subscribers in a week. She holds the record as the first female artist from East Africa to reach that milestone within a week.
After 11 months, she hit a million subscribers on YouTube earning her another record. She was named the winner of the Emerging Artist Award by AFRIMMA in 2020.
She is famous for singing Cheche alongside Diamond Platnumz in 2020. In April, she dropped her debut EP I Am Zuchu. This followed the announcement that she is a new signee of Diamond’s WCB record label.
The album housed seven tracks; Wana, Mauzuza, Ashua, Hakuna Kulala, Niamehe, Raha and Kwaru.
She was born into a musically inclined family and is the daughter of the famous female Zanzibari Taarab singer Khadija Kopa.
Her mother had helped her through her musical journey. She had a collaboration with her mother on the song titled Mazauza.
She is not yet married and her singing career is where her focus is at the moment. She has not shared any picture of the man in her life. She keeps most of the details about her love life to herself and only talks about work.
Zuchu has been into music since her childhood days and has put in both time, effort, and other resources to improve her skills.
Zuchu has accounts across many social media platforms. She has garnered decent followership. Her engaging posts and captions have gained her many “likes” and “comments”.
On her verified Instagram account, Zuchu has over 3.3 million followers. She is also active on Twitter and uses the same username as her Instagram account.
- Instagram – @officialzuchu
- Twitter – @officialzuchu
Zuchu is a renowned singer and songwriter behind many hit songs. Although she is from Tanzania, her music is loved in other parts of Africa including South Africa, Nigeria, and others.
According to The Nation, Zuchu has an estimated net worth of $600,000. Her source of wealth is her music.
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