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Ear to the Ground!

Get ready for a musical revolution. This platform will empower, promote and challenge the Zimbabwean musical space. Continue reading Ear to the Ground!

Ndi KACEE a hip hop force to reckon

Earground caught up with the new hip hop guy on the lock! Ndi Kacee Born Kudakwashe Clarence Madondo. Ndi Kacee a 22-year-old Zim Hip-Hop artist who is currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa where he is currently studying for a bachelor’s degree in Corporate Finance and Insurance & Risk Management at the University of Witwatersrand . Continue reading Ndi KACEE a hip hop force to reckon

Jazzed-up Eve Kawadza says ‘I DO’

Eve Kawadza was born in Buhera on the 12th of August 1988. She spent her early years in Rusape with her paternal Grandmother and later came to Harare when she was 4 years old in time for her to start her preschool. She did her Primary school at Houghton Park Primary School in Waterfalls in Harare and did her O’level at Howard High School in Chiweshe and came back to Harare and did her A Level at Harare High School in Mbare popularly known as Danho. She proceeded to the University of Zimbabwe where she did her Bachelor Of Arts Degree BA General. Continue reading Jazzed-up Eve Kawadza says ‘I DO’

4th Permican awards. What a wow!

Epic! That is the word to describe those performances and I want to single out Courtney Antipas Sharon Manyika Machingura Michael Mahendere Kudakwashe Mutsvene and Janet Manyowa for those big acts with a very special mention to Ngonidzashe Mavera Aka Prophecy! His set was ridiculous! It’s been a long time since I’ve watched someone put on a real show and he did just that. The high energy, the dancers and the delivery was simply exceptional. His double up with my boy Takura Shonhai on Jehova was what can I say? Sick! In hip hop lingo. It was amazing to say the least. It’s a clean bill of health for the PERMICANS from me. A thumbs up! Continue reading 4th Permican awards. What a wow!

Underfire ZIMURA to host AGM and Lazzie T hearing next week as more artists speak out.

On Wednesday the NewsDay carried an article that touched on the issues of artists’ royalties and the ongoing tiff between the Zimbabwe Music Rights Association (ZIMURA) and some of their members who are aggrieved over an alleged failure by the … Continue reading Underfire ZIMURA to host AGM and Lazzie T hearing next week as more artists speak out.

Five 2019 Sunday Morning Jams that were missing from the Permican Awards!

Zimbabweans have an intractable relationship with Gospel music. While in most other countries the genre occupies the periphery of the industry, it is undoubtedly mainstream in Zim. The biggest gospel artists are often among the biggest entertainers in the country altogether. You would also be hard-pressed to find too many of the industry’s non-Gospel legends without a single (at least debatably) gospel song in their catalogue. Continue reading Five 2019 Sunday Morning Jams that were missing from the Permican Awards!