I am Ratidzo Audrey Mpeswe. I was born on 30 May 2002 in Mataga in the Midlands Province.
I realised the passion for music in me when I was 10 but my parents tell me that when my mom was pregnant they used to go and attend live performances especially from Andy Brown. So they believe that my passion for music started when I was in my mother's womb. I used to write songs but nobody knew about this and these songs were motivated by the growing pains and little grievances that I encountered like every other normal little girl.
I used to sing in church in front of a lot of congregants. People would pay attention to the little girl and believe that was the foundation. At my primary level, I was in the school choir and my knowledge in written music was slightly broadened.
I then went on to study music at Loreto high school as my practical subject. I was one of the best students in the Musicology class and I also got the knowledge to play the Mbira and Marimba.I learnt the basic playing of an acoustic guitar. I also joined the school choir and there is no doubt that I was one of the best Alto's. I was also one of the lead singers in the school band. Being in the band also made me engage with the Schools' Edutainment show in 2016, in that I excelled and I was one of the finalists. And recently this year, I went for the StarBrite competition in Kwekwe to show Zimbabwe what is within me.
I am a person who is not particular with social activities. I like writing songs and listening to music because that is the only thing I am exposed to. I like taking pictures.
I love personal quiet moments for reflecting and it is in silence that I find great rest and comfort.
My local favourite artist is Tamy Moyo because she has been a great example to the young people out there who are afraid to come out and present their art for change in industry. I love her because the lyrical content in her songs have managed to capture the hearts of many insecure people for example songs like Beautiful (Ndozvandiri) and Ndibereke.
My international favourite artist is Zahara because she is an artist who sings from the heart, retelling the story of her life to the listeners. I also love that she is original and has her unique taste of life in her songs through the full involvement of indigenous African style.