I‘m the future vows high school dropout, Collin Dzinzi to pursue music career
Born Collin Dzinzi on May 6, 1997, known by the stage name Collin Ceezy, started rapping in Pietermaritzburg South Africa, 2009. His first studio recording was in 2013 who then later dropped from high school in 2015 to pursue a music career as a Hip-Hop artist.
He said, “I’m currently a Computer Engineering student but that doesn't count, I am in music now, I am a Zimbabwe’s hidden gold in the dirt, I have made only two projects to my name, 'Good things' Ep (3 tracks) dropped in April this year and G’z Tape (12 tracks) dropped in May this year as well.
He told OyOsNews that since August last year, he made at least one collaboration or feature every week and he has worked with a whole lot people in the music industry that is Mclyne Beats, Fun F, Tulk Munny, R.Peels, Vince Dokta and a bunch of young ambitious rappers like him trying to see the light.