Features and press on Zaire Huruku following his music journey
June 15, 2017
Minnesota Monthly: St. Paul Hip-Hop Artist Tackles Fear of Making Music with New Album
African-born Zaire Huruku released album “Born to Do It,” detailing life in his home country and the struggles of making it in the music industry
May 28, 2017
Reallly Late Podcast: Afro Elegant w/ Zaire Huruku
Zaire Huruku explores his music and journey as an artist in this podcast with Mo:Sunn Music, the engineer with whom he collaborated on his debut album, Born to Do It.
Apr 21, 2017
Rochester Magazine: 10 (or so) questions with . . . Zaire HurukU
Zaire Huruku discusses his experiences as a refugee and his musical plans in this Rochester interview.
Feb 2, 2017
KFAI Minneculture: After Living Through 'Hell,' Dropping Happy Beats
As a refugee from "Africa's World War," Zaire Huruku arrived in Minnesota unable to speak English. Years later, he's more than fluent. These days, Zaire is laying down sweet groves as an aspiring Afro-Beat singer. KFAI's Britta Greene reports.
Jan 11, 2017
507 Magazine: Zaire Huruku: The 507 Interview
When John Sievers put out the call to area musicians for a photo op, the turnout was great. One new face showed up that we wondered about, though - Zaire Huruku, a Minneapolis-dwelling rapper and singer with plans to take over the state’s music scene, starting with Rochester. We chopped it up with Huruku over e-mail and came away with some wisdom.
Jun 2, 2016
Exposed Vocals: EXPOSED VOCALS INTERVIEWS ZAIRE HURUKU
Zaire Huruku offers insights into his story, ambitions, and the message of his music in his first interview since he began pursuing music.