Song “It’s the Moment” by Skiezy offers lessons on compassion

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Darren’s Hope Factory presents “It’s the Moment” by Skiezy, a song that promotes compassion and encourages people to be patient because time will ultimately reveal the truth.
The song emphasizes the importance of understanding and empathy towards others. It reminds us to be kind and considerate in our interactions, as we never truly know what someone else may be going through.
By practicing patience, we can allow situations to unfold naturally, and in doing so, we may gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the world around us.
“It’s the Moment” serves as a gentle reminder to be patient and compassionate in our daily interactions, as we navigate through the complexities of life. So, let us embrace this message and strive to make our world a more understanding and supportive place for all.
Simba Skiezy Shumba: Biography 
Simbarashe Shumba Known as Skiezy is an RNB and afro pop artist. Skiezy is a musician based in Harare, Zimbabwe, whose work revolves around the vibrant sounds of Afro-pop and Rnb.
Drawing inspiration from the rich cultural heritage and vibrant rhythms of his home country, Skiezy creates a unique blend of infectious beats and soulful melodies. Through his music, he aims to spread love, positivity, and unity amongst listeners from all walks of life.
With a keen attention to detail and a deep understanding of the power of music, Skiezy’s artistic expressions are a true reflection of his passion and dedication to his craft. He started writing music during the COVID-19 era and decided to professionalize the art there and then at Allied Kings Studios.
“The song ‘It’s the Moment’ is a song about displaying compassion to people who might be going through things one doesn’t know about. It goes on to motivate those in tough situations to make the most of the time they have.
“You see the dark clouds make most of the rain” and finally to let things flow because eventually  ‘time will tell.” It is an expression of compassion which is the theme of the song,” comments Skiezy.