THE Minister for Culture, Arts and Sports Mohamed Mchengerwa has commended Yusuph Paul’s artistry saying his talent helps to promote Tanzanian culture globally.
These compliments were revealed yesterday on the Culture, Arts and Sports ministry’s Instagram page.
The Docket Minister noted that they will continue to support young artists with talents by creating a good environment for the creative arts sector to thrive.
Mchengerwa has called on young Tanzanians to use their talents to promote the nation internationally and to use arts, culture and sports activities in boosting their financial income as well as national income.
Paul has made himself famous in the world by wearing Maasai clothes and performing and singing many global languages fluently.
The languages he most often uses in singing include the Indian (Ghazal) songs.
Aiming at promoting the Tanzanian culture worldwide, the Ministry has recently launched an initiative to create the Tanzanian Music beat to be used as a major rhythm.
The Minister appointed 13 members National Rhythm Making committee led by Kedmon Mapana, who is also the National Arts Council (BASATA) Executive Secretary.
The National Music Rhythm making committee also involves John Matlou and Fatuma Hassan as the DJs of the National Music Rhythm, and Joachim Kimario and Humphrey Domboka as the producers of the National Music Rhythm.