Tashamiswa is an emerging Zimbabwean Hip Hop artist known for her single “Crew” produced by multi talented producer Amvis, her collaboration with Nutty O “Pon Me”, her strong lyricism and her daunting persona. It’s quite apparent that this is only the beginning.
As the world flatters to open up again, and it looks like Zimbabweans may yet have the semblance of a summer, we decided to roll back the years and remind you of urban songs created with the summer (and summer-esque shenanigans) in mind: some that went under the radar when they come out and others that have fallen off the public’s consciousness as the years have passed.
Mvura is a song by an exceptionally gifted Namibian Singer Songwriter, Indileni and a Zimbabwean trio, Olama Hearts which is now based in Namibia.
Having traversed the world, singer songwriter Ratie D found fertile ground to coerce her first album into existence after a decade in the making. The result is an explosive launch of her first studio EP titled Ink & Melodies, which spans musical genres and languages to give adequate voice to her evolutionary and collaborative creative process.
Netflix named Strive Masiyiwa, founder and chairman of telecom and tech company Econet Group, to its board of directors.
With several star studded international collaborations to his discography, Bloodlyne recently collaborated with fast rising singing sensation Gemma Griffiths on a track titled Number 1.
16 Days Against Gender-Based Violence campaign. Here are 16 Zimbabwean songs, one each for the days of the campaign, that have explored the matter of gender-based-violence. While a great list, we recognize that it is barely representative of all the music on the topic out there; so be sure to leave your own suggestions in the comment section.
The COVID19 pandemic forced the world into a total shutdown leaving many if not all industries paralysed. Even with the world slowly opening up, many in the creative, cultural and events industries are still yet to open 100% and Zimbabwe is no exception. Pay Per View could be one big window.
The Turkey based contemporary Zimbabwean afro fusion artist has made record by climbing the Canadian radio charts 16 places up in just a one week. Born Kuziva Calvin Musandu, Mussa Effect now holds the number 1 position with his “Woshora” track on the Canadian After5radio station.
This article is an opinion piece that seeks to breakdown some fundamental Public Relations, information and communication aspects that creatives / artists need to know to enhance their work. It is directed to the Zimbabwean creatives but may also apply elsewhere around the world.