Cindy Munyavi Biography|Musical Career, Business, Awards, Nominations, Albums
Cindy Rufaro Munyavi is a Zimbabwean singer and songwriter.
She is widely recognized for her hit tracks “Parere Moyo” and “Ndidzorere Moyo Wangu.”
Cindy embarked on her musical journey in the early 2000s and released her debut album “Kukuda/Loving You” in 2006.
Munyavi was born on November 24, 1984.
After kickstarting her career with the release of the album “Kukuda” in 2006, Cindy continued to make a significant impact in the music industry with subsequent albums and songs that gained immense popularity and recognition.
Her musical talent earned her widespread airplay and even secured some prestigious awards.
Notably, her debut album was nominated for two NAMA AWARDS, and she found herself in competition with the legendary Oliver Mtukudzi, who ultimately claimed the victory in one of the categories.
After the success of her debut album, Cindy Munyavi continued to soar to new heights with the release of her second album titled “The Groove Theory.”
This album not only garnered increased recognition and more award nominations but also opened doors for regional collaborations and opportunities to perform alongside international artists.
Munyavi’s collaboration with Nox Guni on the track “Ngatisanyadzise” was undoubtedly a standout moment in her career.
Additionally, she worked with other notable musicians, including Roki and Jnr Brown, on the track “Ndini Ndinaye,” as well as with Mudiwa Hood on “Shaina neni.”
It’s fascinating to know that Cindy Munyavi diversified her interests beyond music and pursued her dream in the fashion industry by opening a boutique in 2014.
Despite her successful music career, she revealed that her true passion had always been fashion, and it had been a childhood dream for her.
Surprisingly, Cindy also admitted that becoming a musician wasn’t her initial plan and that she entered the music industry due to peer pressure.
- Victors Award for Sounds of the Future (2012)
- First runner up award in arts and culture for WOMEN IN ENTERPRISE CONFERENCE and AWARDS
- Best urban Groover 2010,
- Outstanding video 2011
- Zim Dancehall Best female Artist category in 2010.
- Ndidzorere Moyo Wangu
- Ndini Ndinaye featuring Roqui and Jnr Brown
- Shaina Neni with Mudiwa Hood
- Nguva Ichauya with Nox
- Parere Moyo
- The groove theory – (2010)
- Kukuda/Loving you (2006)