COMEDIAN Mabla 10 has unleashed his much-awaited comedy Bag Rabvaruka Part 4 on the market.
The comedy, which was supposed to have been released in August last year, features dancehall chanters Freeman and Princo Spice after Winky D failed to feature due to other commitments.
Bag Rabvaruka Part 4 explores various issues being experienced in the day-to-day lives of the people.
"We want to apologise to our fans for stuffing them for long. I am happy that we have finally released Bag Rabvaruka Part 4 after hard work," Mabla 10 said.
"Our computer crushed in September last year and we lost some of the footage resulting in the delay of the production to be available on the market."
Mabla 10 who is the producer of the comedy said they will be going places to market their production in the streets as the problem of piracy continually threatens their careers.
"We realised that the only way we could curb piracy was to do what the pirates were doing selling our products in the streets. Our hopes are that someday things will get better," he said.
Many record labels have been accused of short changing artistes if they are to distribute their products that have resulted in many artistes selling their products themselves.
The latest production comes on the back of the success of his previous project, Bag Rabvaruka 3 which also features musicians sungura ace Alick Macheso.
Mabla 10 has starred in numerous street theatre and Jah Prayzah's music videos. He became popular with his comical voice in Jah Prayzah's song Gochi Gochi.
Born Lloyd Kurima on August 23, 1986 in Mbare, the comedian started acting at a tender age when he was at Budiriro 1 Primary School before sharpening his skills at Glen View High 1in the capital
Mabla 10 ventured into street theatre in 2000 upon joining Voice of Wisdom drama group led by Kahembe. They produced Mwana Dofo, Pastor Kahembe and Vamwe Vanhu among others.
The former School student has released many productions among them Bag Remhosva and Vamwe Vanhu