Presidential candidate, Bryn Taurai Mteki says he will quit music to concentrate on politics.

“I had an album consisting one of the songs Rugare Rwauya that I was supposed to release and several other music projects in the pipeline, but I will have to suspend them for the next five years as I prepare for my life at State House. I had a project coming alongside Koffi Olomide, but I have decided to shelve it as well." he told The Standard.

But Mteki said that he would have to go ahead with international arts exhibitions that he was scheduled to attend.

“I have this itinerary of international arts, which was put in place before I made a decision to stand as a presidential candidate and I have to fulfil it even if I am voted president. I have an exhibition in Bucharest, Romania, in September and another one in California, United States, and I will have to attend them. In December I will have to travel to Germany before returning to the US in Tennessee for other arts exhibitions.”

The sculptor-cum businessman said he made the decision to join the presidential race after realising that party politics were damaging the development of the country.