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As I say goodbye to 2018

2018 wasn’t really a good year for us Zimbabweans but through the grace of God most of us managed to pull through. We lost a lot of our relatives and friends in road accidents but we are here right now celebrating a new year. Personally 2018 has been good to me because even though I didn’t achieve all my resolutions but I worked hard in building a foundation for my name. I managed to start a vlog and a blog, a process which helped me a lot in fighting depression.

This was all thanks to a brother Mlue-Jay who motivated and inspired me to face my fears. It was then that I discovered the bigger person in me. In August I was featured on a song titled Musical Therapy by Anonymous Music. This was my first musical project and it made me realize how much talented I was. So I decided to persue music and see where it takes me, that’s when I started working on my own project titled Voice Of The Oppressed featuring Shuza Drums. A poetic deep house song that celebrates my race. After seeing the success of this project and the positive response I received from the people who managed to listen to it, I went in deeper and did another project titled The Breakup Song which was my first solo project and it was produced by Base Wasilewski and Murphy Cubic.

These three projects made me realize how much I missed out on my life. I remember when I was a kid I used to dream of sharing the stage with Amy Winehouse but unfortunately she is gone now (May her soul rest in peace). Growing up I always dreamed of performing in big stages and it’s now that I can assure myself that one day all those dreams will surely come true. Now one of the goals that I have to achieve is to help change the world and inspire a someone to believe in themselves. My biggest dream is to make my mom proud.

Part of my 2018 Achievements was to perform at the Random Poets stage, Mqombothi Stage,Nketa Tarven, Nesbitt Castle, Musical Academy, Pablos, The Vista, Bulawayo Academy and White City Stadium. I also managed to rub shoulders with influential people. I believe there’s more for me in 2019, I’m yet to achieve a lot and as the year begins I’m ready for it.

Now I’d love to take this moment to thank everyone who has been there for me, those who helped me grow. I’d love to thank my mum and my sister for every thing they’ve done for me. Above all I’d love to thank the Almighty God.

My message to you reading this. Believe in yourself and never allow negative people to bring you down. Before you quit doing something positive ask yourself, if not you then who will do it? Remember there’s no better you than the you that you already are

Published by According to Stewie Le Savage

Tackling your day to day issues and introducing you to new people that might inspire you. Everything according to me #StewieLeSavage a self taught writer who believes that change is possible. Best Humanitarian Blog Award Winner for 2021 under the Zim Bloggers Awards.

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