Get ready for a musical revolution. This platform will empower, promote and challenge the Zimbabwean musical space. Continue reading Ear to the Ground!
Dhuterere, Dhuterere is a genre. Mambo is undoubtedly the biggest find of 2019 deserves our support. He is our own and his growth into other markets can open up space for other Zimbabwean artists. Continue reading DHUTERERE a genre that could fly far
The 4th edition of the premier gospel music Permican Awards are set and much bigger! The awards platform has just announced the nominees for this year’s awards will be held on the 22nd of November 2019 at the City Sports Centre in Harare. Continue reading The Permican Awards are back and the nominees are!
2019 Zim Hip Awards Nominees announced. the awards are set for the 12th of December 2019 in Harare. The awards ceremony is set for the 12th of December in Harare. Continue reading 2019 Zim Hip Awards Nominees announced
“I wanted to encourage and inspire other females, girls especially of plus size and remind them that the skin you have is just perfect and having tummy lumps and folds is just as beautiful too and that there’s so much power in owning your own power, but most importantly I did it because I wanted to empower myself on a whole intimate level”, said Lala Continue reading Lala makes a bold step, bares all in an unveiled photoshoot
Let’s not hit the dog whilst hiding the knobkerrie here: the response to Enzo Ishall’s latest video, Highest Score, has been underwhelming. Staggeringly so. How underwhelming? Continue reading Five Reasons why Enzo may (probably) End 2019 with the Highest Score
Celebrated neo-soul artist PrayerSoul who is back from a major European whirlwind is set to premiere a documentary that tracks his tour experience. The gifted storyteller, singer, and songwriter who tells authentic African stories through soul music is one of the best packaged international export from Zimbabwe. Continue reading Prayersoul brings EuroTour experience home with a film and concert
The EU Film Festival is back in Zimbabwe for its third edition with exciting new offerings for local filmmakers and enthusiasts and a programme packed with arthouse and blockbuster movies. Continue reading The Third EU Film Festival in Zimbabwe is here. Moving, Exciting, Free!
Gwevedzi started as a four-man band comprising of a mbira, acoustic guitar, and percussions and Wilfred was the sound engineer, Nyasha doing the leading vocals, Tinashe playing the acoustic guitar tying to his legs, leg shakers (magavhu) and also doing the backing vocals and last but not least Albert Ndukuruve was playing the African drums Ngoma.
Continue reading Gwevedzi follows the path of Zimbabwe’s international musical exports
This is must-see entertainment, ladies and gentlemen. Mixing a light-hearted party sentiment with the very real critique of the unnecessary lack of civility arising from our lived frustrations, the song hits all the right notes. Macheso’s crooning provides the appropriate amount of contrast to Freeman’s already-melodic chanting. Continue reading 7 Reasons why ‘Ngaibake” is the ultimate Video We Needed _ #Earground
The Zimbabwe International Film Festival Trust (ZIFFT) regrets to announce the cancellation of its 21st edition of the Zimbabwe International Film Festival (ZIFF) which had been scheduled to run from the 14th to 21st September under the theme “Owning Our Story”. Continue reading ZIMBABWE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2019 (ZIFF2019) CANCELLED