Arts and Entertainment
Tenyidie music album ‘A Phisie meho’ released in Kohima
Kohima, Aug 5 (EMN): A Tenyidie music album, ‘A Phisie meho’ meaning ‘reviewing my footprints,’ was released on Friday by Dr. Neiphrezo Keditsu, Chairman Nagaland Khadi and Village Industries Board (NKVIB), Government of Nagaland.
Released at the conference hall of Red Cross building complex in Kohima, the artistes for the album ZV Pfheduo are Zekuosa Zhale and Vilavor Loucü.
Speaking at the release programme, Keditsu appreciated the two artistes for coming with the album and called for efforts to promote indigenous music and also preserve one’s dialect through music.
He viewed that music industry is very competitive and professional, yet, the album being in Tenyidie he urged the locals to promote the same, asserting that the music should also be an inspiration for those in urban areas to relook the roots and speak one’s own dialect while he commended the efforts of Ura Academy for promoting Tenyidie dialect.
He exuded hope that the music will help promote one’s dialect and inspire many. He also urged the younger generation to emulate local celebrity musician Jutakhrie Solo ‘Methaneilie Solo’.
Further, Keditsu stressed on the need to look for alternative careers instead of only depending on government jobs.
A story of the making of the Album was shared by the artistes and informed that the album comprises of both Gospel and love songs. ‘A Phisie meho’ they said is relooking back to the past memories and love, among others. The duo also presented a piece from the album.