The trio went on to release a single titled Lets Fight Against Cancer in January 2014 to increase cancer awareness. Produced by talented Sanii Makhalima, the single encourages people to go and get tested for cancer regularly for early detection. The artists went on to release another single, Kids Can to educate kids about the disease. In May 2014, the producers of the album called on other artistes from different backgrounds to participate in their upcoming video of the song that would be done in different local languages to expand their listnership. Simango said they wanted the video to become a national video that would reach a wide audience hence the need for artists who would sing in different languages.
Maskiri went a step further in this campaign as he went to get circumcised in May 2014. He revealed that he was about to marry and wanted his wife to be safe from cervical cancer. After the circumcision, Maskiri went on to release a song titled Musanyepere Vanhu, which reflects on cancer awareness.
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- Nigel Pfunde, Musicians step up cancer awareness campaign, 'The Zimbabwe Mail', Published: 30 Jan 2014, Retrieved: 27 May 2014
- Tawanda Marwizi, Musicians unite in cancer awareness, 'Herald', Published: 2 May 2014, Retrieved: 27 May 2014
- Tawanda Marwizi, Artistes prepare cancer awareness DVD, 'Herald', Published: 27 May 2014, Retrieved: 27 May 2014
- Tendai Mataire, Maskiri circumcised, 'The Zimbabwe Mail', Published: 24 May 2014, Retrieved: 27 May 2014