Trevor Dongo rhythm and blues/pop musician has concurred with some of the regional artistes who said the music genre has been one of the most celebrated art forms on the continent and African artistes have enjoyed success not only nationally, but all over the world.

The “Nerunako” hit-maker said his music was not only about love, but was inspired by societal and current trends.

“Yes, I have matured and I need people to understand that I sing rhythm and blues – pop music,” said Trevor.

“That is my genre, but most people think I am into urban grooves, well for the benefit of many, “urban grooves” is not a genre, but a movement, culture,.

“Love is a great part of life, but my music is not only based on love as I sing about life moments whether love related or just life in general,” Dongo said.

He added:

“As an African artiste, I have always found my identity in humanity and just being a human, you know.

“I don’t like to be categorised according to a specific thing.” Trevor has other projects he has been working on his fourth coming album, staying relevant to the situation being his genre.

The album will is said to be coming out soon.