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The month of April began on a great note. The level of new productions and talent we came across is exceptionally impressive. Here are our picks for the first week of the month.
Global Dance Supreme, sets out to afford many young talented individuals the opportunity to be part of a […]
Everyone has the HOLY SPIRIT within them but it takes an individual to put in the effort to activate it. P.Ush could one of the finest voices in Zimbabwe. TWENTY is a masterpiece.
Here are our new Voices To watch for the 2nd week of April 2021. These young, gifted and amazingly talented artists are a great force to reckon. Check out their growing discographies.
A seasoned hip hop artists, Draze boasts of more than 100 placements across genres, he is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after songwriters in Hollywood. Draze was recently nominated for a MCPS (Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society) Production Music Award in the category Best Hip Hop/Rap/Urban Production Music Track.
Singer, songwriter and Artist & Repertoire (A&R) executive, Israel Sebenzo is set to release a new single titled “Restoration”, a first of a series of singles to be dropped leading to a new EP set for July.
Zimbabwean Afro-fusion artist Gemma teams up with Kenyan star Chimano from Sauti Sol to bring to life the remix of Easy, from Gemma’s 2020 EP “Pamwe”.
Pro Helvetia Johannesburg invites arts professionals and organisations in Zimbabwe and Zambia to apply for support to realise novel approaches to sustainability and growing new networks and markets with the rest of the continent.
We are only four months into the year and the amount of new dope content dropping from new voices is overwhelmingly compelling. Super impressive. We are strongly convinced from this week’s list we have a major blow up artist in no time. Keep your ear on the ground.
Zimbabwean born Mirriam Kwenda Mutize lives in the United Kingdom. She works with women and families on a voluntary basis. Miriam is a paediatric nurse, an author, a wife and a mother. She draws on her own personal experiences, engages and supports Zim-migrant -familie