UNITED KINGDOM – Zimbabwe’s adopted rave music queen Rozalla Miller is back. Known simply as Rozalla, she shot to international stardom with the 1991 hit “Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good)”. This time she has a new track with Zimbabwean Afro-Pop singer Kazz.
The single called “Shaking Through the Night” features Rozalla and Kazz, one half of the popular duo Bkay n Kazz. The track is produced by the legendary Peter Schanz of R&S Entertainment group who are based in Germany.
“I was absolutely delighted to have been given the opportunity to work with Rozalla; she is such a big inspiration to me. She has carried our flag high for us in the Diaspora and I hope I will be able to do the same. The track is on heavy rotation all the top radio stations in Zimbabwe,” Kazz told Nehanda Radio.
Although Rozalla was born in Zambia she relocated to Zimbabwe as a teenager. It was there that she fronted various R&B cover bands before beginning her own recording career with a resultant five number-one hits on the national charts.
In 1992 Rozalla toured with Michael Jackson, opening all of his performances on the European leg of his Dangerous tour. She enjoyed four UK Top 40 hits in 1994/95, including her cover of “I Love Music”, the theme song to the film Carlito’s Way.
After a protracted silence Rozalla released two new singles in 2014: “Can You Feel The Love”, with David Anthony, and “If You Say It Again”. Her latest collaboration with Kazz marks another step in her comeback journey.
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