Manluckerz has dedicated his book FlashBack Identity to Zimbabweans

Zimbabweans own FlashBack Identity: Manluckerz

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Zimbabweans are the owners of the book FlashBack Identity, author Luckson Makandire better known as Manluckerz who is now based in Sweden has said.

Manluckerz broke the good message to Zimbabweans while officially launching the book which coincided with his birthday on October 6. The great author said the book would bridge the gap between cultures and people.

“This book is all about Manluckerz’s family history, it is about Zimbabwean history, it is about music history and it is about how we can collaborate with other different cultures and how we can document and build bridges between cultures.

“It is about the young generation and the old. I would like them to learn and get knowledge on how to document their family history. Just like a flower if you don’t water it for to five days it will die. We don’t want our identity to die let’s protect ad preserve it. One love!” he said.

The book was first published in Swedish and now the English version will be available through Vulkan media & Makandire Muzani ZIMFEBI Music.

Both versions are available as E-books and hard copies in several bookshops.

The award winning artist reiterated that FlashBack Identity was aimed at inspiring the upcoming generations and adults, ManLuckerz decided to share with the public through a book, a piece of his history as he persistently and patiently pursued his interest in cultural integration and sharing through music and dance.

FlashBack Identity describes how music and dance are used and have defined the Zimbabwean society through the ages. The book has come about to strengthen not only the upcoming generation in Zimbabwe, but also in Sweden and the world at large as it introduces Zimbabwean cultural dances through an autobiography of a man who devoted himself to promoting cultural diversity through music and dance.

FlashBack Identity describes how music and dance are used and have defined the Zimbabwean society through the ages.

The book has come about to strengthen not only the upcoming generation in Zimbabwe, but also in Sweden and the world at large as it introduces Zimbabwean cultural dances through an autobiography of a man who devoted himself to promoting cultural diversity through music and dance.

By taking the reader through his humble beginnings in Zimbabwe, his penetration into the Swedish music industry, his growth in cultural experience and his career hardships and breakthroughs, ManLuckerz wants to build bridges between diverse cultures through his work.

The author has profound respect for and honuors the enriching culture and the heritage that shaped him to be who he is.

 




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