Saintfloew Biography | Profile, Real Name, Holy Ten, Career, Nash TV, Drug Abuse
Saintfloew, the Zimbabwean sensation, is a singer and songwriter who has etched his name in the music industry. He is signed to the renowned Samanyanga Sounds music label, courtesy of Holy Ten. Hailing from the vibrant town of Chitungwiza, Saintfloew’s journey in the music world is nothing short of remarkable.
Saintfloew’s real name is none other than Tawanda Mambo.
A Glimpse into Saintfloew’s Life
Born in 1997, Saintfloew’s age, as of 2023, places him at 26 years old.
The Discovery by Holy Ten
Saintfloew’s musical odyssey took a pivotal turn when he caught the attention of Holy Ten. Their collaboration commenced with the release of the captivating joint EP, “Juta Pipo.” The story of their partnership is as intriguing as it is inspiring.
It all began when Saintfloew responded to an Instagram story by Holy Ten, who was on the lookout for emerging talents. Saintfloew’s demo of “Gundamwenda” not only caught Holy Ten’s ear but also captivated his imagination. Impressed by Saintfloew’s talent and potential, Holy Ten made the strategic decision to invest in this rising star. Their creative synergy was destined for greatness.
After Holy Ten’s return from a sojourn in Ghana and a successful tour in the UK, the dynamic duo met, and the fusion of their talents sparked a new era of musical creativity. Their collaboration has since been celebrated by fans and critics alike.
Signing with Nash TV
In 2023, Saintfloew made a drastic change in his career after he signed with Tinashe Mutarisi’s Nash TV. The artist dropped Holy Ten’s Samanyanga Sounds and started working with the business mogul and his record label that has been helping artists since the Covid-19 era.
Sounds of Saintfloew
EPs and Albums
- “Juta Pipo” (joint EP with Holy Ten)
- Rise and Lead (2023)
Drug Abuse and Rehabilitation
In August 2023, Saintfloew shared with his mentor that he has been using and abusing drugs an it was taking a toll on his wellbeing. With the help of his family and his label, the rapper checked into a rehabilitation centre in South Africa. He was treated for sometime and was discharged just in time for his Rise and Lead album launch.