Dumisani Ramadu Moyo is a multi talented award winning Artist, who together with his two colleagues from Insingizi have sold more than 250,000 copies in USA of their album "Voices of Southern Africa Vol.1," and received awards in France for their Imbube a cappella singing style. This has made Insingizi the best selling Band/Group of all time on a single album to come out of Zimbabwe. They have toured almost the whole of Europe, Canada and the USA playing in Concert Halls and Festivals. Ramadu is a Vocalist, Instrumentalist, Songwriter and Producer from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Dumisani started his music career in 1990 with Insingizi, then known as Insingizi Emnyama, but the name was shortened to the present in 2002 In 2001 he released his first solo album called "Izambulelo" which sold a few thousand copies under the UK based World music Label ARC Music. The album was successful such that it also featured in different Films and Documentaries around the world and one of the Hollywood movies "Phat Girls" featured 2 songs namely "Tholakele" and "Mwari-we". Still riding high with the release of "Izambulelo", Ramadu needed to take his solo act to the stage to perform live. He eventually formed a band called "The Afro-Vibes" which was invited in big and small Festivals mostly around Austria, Germany and Slovenia. In 2004 he co-founded a successful music project called MoZuluArt, a music group that mixes European classic music and Imbube vocal harmonies. This project has been presented to places as far as Beirut in Lebanon, Moscow, New York, Moldavia, South Africa and Senegal. Ramadu has worked with quite a number of Artists on and offstage. Amongst them is the Euro Blues Man Hans Theessink, Zimbabwean legendary musician Themba Ndlovu,The Mbaqanga organ wizard of the Soul Brothers Moses Ngwenya, Jeys Marabini and many more. As a Producer, Ramadu has established his own Label, Studio and Production house. The label is called "10th District Music", and has recorded and produced Artists such as Nobuntu, Jeys Marabini, Blessing Nqo Nkomo, Vusa Mkhaya, IYASA, Pascal Lopongo and many more.