Dancehall chanter McDonald Sheldon, who is popularly known as Qounfuzed, has resurfaced with a new music video titled Pamwe Uri Kufara.
The single taken off his forthcoming album titled Takakura Tichishorwa, was produced by Angeo Pablo.
The video was directed and shot by Stanford Joni in Cape Town, South Africa.
Qounfuzed, who is known for his love songs, rose to fame with his yesteryear hit song titled Mwana, which was produced by Abra Records on the Tylerkim Riddim.
The controversial artiste said the song was inspired by true life experiences and would be the first of many releases to come this year.
“Pamwe Uri Kufara is a song that is inspired by true life experiences and I composed and I wrote it with deep sad thoughts and emotions,” said Qounfuzed.
The song came after the chanter had released another music video titled Handichambokufunga late last year which featured hip-hop artiste Ti Gonzi.
Qounfuzed, who had taken a sabbatical from music as he was concentrating more on school, expressed hope that the song would put him back on the map.
“The song has been received well by my fans and I think it is going to kick-start or put me back or my career on the map again,” he said.
“I would love to go back to my former glory where I would make music to please my fans and music that resonates with many people.”
The Mwana hit-maker said it had not been easy balancing school, work and music.
Watch: Qounfuzed – Pamwe Uri Kufara (Official Music Video)