Apparently in the midst of an erring economy is where you find others grinding their a$$es off so that they can make it through in whatever they will be working on. Quite a number of peeps be saying the Zim entertainment industry ain’t paying but I think it takes balls of steel, good work and patience to see the fruits of your sweat.
From an in-house studio in the suburb of Zimre Park in Ruwa to a standard and state of the art underground studio (basement lol) in the heart of Harare is where one of the rising and fairly recognized studio is at now.
Young Gamez Entertainment which is owned by the one Quazor (INTERVIEWED HERE) changed their residence from Zimre Park to H-town to create an equilibrium on all his artists who come different parts of the country.
The studio is now located at Century House on the basement floor on the corner of Nelson Mandela and Inez Terezz. Due to the demand of the multi-talented Quazor who is currently working on a Hip Hop Mixtape entitled The Invasive Volume 2 and two riddims entitled Grind and Shine and the Street Livity riddim, the studio is always full of artists each and every day ever since it was opened.
Quazor works with an average of fifteen artists per day both established and upcoming artists which makes him one of the most wanted upcoming young producers. “With the way Young Gamez Entertainment is working, it surely is currently the best studios in Harare” – Quazor.