“If you want to do something, you don’t just get up and say you are going to do it, but you start imagining it. You visualise it over and over in your head until you are satisfied and that it will work,” words of Zimbabwean, Judas Hadzi whom his dream of multitasking by writing songs and become artist came true.
Twenty two years old said he was born in Zimbabwe but moved to the South Africa with his family ten years back.
“Dreams are built and realised through imagination and this is why it is important for us as learners to start imagining and visualising the future,” Hadzi states.
A young linguistic has also highlighted the bad experience of being bullied by his peers. “I know how it feels to be bullied. I am a victim. At some stage I felt unwelcomed in many occasions,” said Hadzi.
“Some of my songs narrate my struggle journey and I therefore encourage people to unite. My first long awaited album released in 2016,” he said.
Hadzi said everyone deserves to be happy saying his music aims to alert youth to stay away from drugs.