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MYSTIK BECYAD - I Put in Work






MYSTIK BECYAD
Birth Name Simbarashe MacDonald Muswere
Also Known As Mystik Becyad
Born 26 May 1985(age 30) Parirenyatwa Hospital, Harare, Zimbabwe
Generes Hip Hop, AHH(African Hip Hop)
Occupation(s) Auto-Electrician, Rapper, Song Writer
Instruments Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboard
Years Active 2012 – present
Labels BECYADmuzik
Associated Acts Tre Master Chuchu, Fizzle Fizz, BaJnr, Jnr Brown,Maskiri, T-Flan, EddieBeatz, VENGEmuzik, Kay G’Host, Brythreesixty, Dj Bird
Simbarashe MacDonald Muswere (born 26 May 1985, in Harare), also known as Mystik Becyad, he is a Zimbabwean, Australian based recording artist and record producer. His best song so far Ndini Mukuru was released on 3 November 2015, on iTunes, and the video on his VEVO channel. He is currently signed to his independent label and media company, BECYADMuzik..

EARLY LIFE

Mystik grew up in Zengeza in Chitungwiza, the ghetto division of Harare. He attended High School at Moleli High School; he was athletic as he partook in various sports activities including soccer, basketball and table tennis. He started rapping in High School at the age of 17.
In 2008, he passed his ‘O’ Levels and went on to do Advanced level studying sciences i.e Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. He passed all 3 subjects and by then he had, wrote and recorded his first song Vasikana vemuZim at Reel Entertainment produced by Edward Maliba aka EddieBeatz. He went on to study Software Engineering at the University of Zimbabwe and also apprenticeshiped to become an Auto-Electrician.
With music as his passion, he continued to progress in music now a Rapper and also career wise as an Auto-Electrican.

MUSIC CAREER

In 2006 he was working in conjuction with Eddie Beatz under Reel Entertainment, and he recorded two tracks Vasikana vemuZim and Wawata feat Mcasino and Eddie Beatz. Mystik mixed and mastered tracks for Size2, GTitus, Jector, Black am I, and Shelly B only to mention a few. He also got into music video production with the likes of Tafadzwa Vengesayi aka TMV and Mutsa Mvuri aka Draco.
In 2012, he relocated to Australia, Perth City where he is now based. He has released a total of 8 eight track, most of them collaborations. He released a hit song feauturing Zimbabwe’s own Rapper Giant Maskiri and Australian based rapper BaJnr singing the hook, a song called Boyz repaH. The song was produced by the talented producer Tre Master Chuchu of OneNation.
He went on to work with South African based Number One Producer gTbeats, to remix the song Vasikana vemuZim. Mystik also featured on one of BaJnr’s songs called Vhaya, which featured Maskiri and South African based R’n’B vocalist Karen from Ice and Roses.
After spending time in the studio with One Nation’s Artist, Mystik recorded a lot of collabos with VENGEmuzik and Tre Master Chuchu. The latest trending songs Ndini Mukuru feat VENGEmuzik and I PUT IN WORK feat Tre Master Chuchu and Fizzle Fizz. He shot a splendid music video called Till I Fall in Perth Western Australia, which he featured Kay G’Host Zimbabwean rapper based in Australia and Zimbabwean own Trap King Brythreesixty. The video is voted video of the week on Mafriq Music Factory and is trending on Youtube and yet to be published on MTV/MTV Base,BETand Revolt in the United States and Zimbabwean Broadcasting Corperation(ZBC).
Collaboration songs on the way with Harare’s very own Jnr Brown and Taps115.
YOUTUBE VIDEOS LINKS:

Unreleased Songs:
Chachaya-Mystik feat VENGEmuzik & Tizzy_101
Havatikete-Mystik feat Tre Master Chuchu
Jah Jah City-Mystik feat Tre Master Chuchu
Money and Power-Mystik feat Tre Master Chuchu & Fizzle Fizz
I Told You feat-Mystik Tre Master Chuchu
Whatever-Mystik feat Taps_115
Marooro-Mystik feat VENGEmuzik & Tizzy_101


LINKS TO SOCIAL SITES:
Snapchat: bekyad
http://youtube.com/user/mYsTiK2010/


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