Nudity, curvy and good structures have been used by our own female musicians as an attention seeking stunt which has enabled them to be heard. Here are some of the many female artists who have greatly benefited from this drive.
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Love him or hate him, King 98 has been doing the most in the Zim Hip Hop fraternity. His musical outfit is multifaceted, like a chameleon, the kid has many colours. To some he is an newcomer, an opportunist and to some he is a brilliant schemer. Well all these descriptions fits well with King 98’s modus operandi in the music industry.
The Fadza Mutengi Wedoro mantra is a reflection of what is currently taking place in the Zimbabwean arts sector. Artists have been taking turns to hero worship music promoters, producers and radio deejays inorder to receive musical favours. If left unchecked this rogue behavior in the arts sector will either build or kill a lot of talent.
African Women Arise perfectly defines the fast paced, sharp-edged MC who prefers to wax lyrically in her vernacular Ndebele language. A defiant young woman who defied her Makokoba & Nkayi upbringing, stereotyping and the struggles associated with being a female rap artist.
Award-winning Zimbabwean author and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga, the author behind one of the ‘100 stories that shaped the world was this year selected for the Booker Prize longlist.
Tonight Cultural Connection Afrivca (CCA) hosts the 4th edition of the SOUNDS FROM AFRICA concert series featuring two phenomenal female artists Lize Ehlers (NAMIBIA) & Yugen Blakrok (SOUTH AFRICA). The event is hosted by Colours of Ostrava of CZECH REPUBLIC.
We are just past 7 months into the year and we have had some monumental events in the history of the Zimbabwean arts and culture happening with the year. Six epic events that have re-defined the national trajectory in a major way.
This animated series is possibly one of the dopest, innovative creative projects to hit Zimbabwe in a while. Created on the same standards as South Africa’s popular MduComic and Ramscomics, the local project shows brilliance in animation, characters, casting, voice overs and execution.
Earground’s Plot Mhako travelled to Wuppertal in Germany to interview METAPHYSICS _ one of the Hip Hop pioneers in Zimbabwe. The artist shared profound knowledge from his + 3 decades in showbiz.
The multi-skilled artist has been dropping some great music and videos including some viral skits for the Pano series. The video directed by CharlieShortMe of Invasion is the second visual production of Probeatz’s debut album TwentyFive.