NaGuG, a unique act, whose sound and performance is distinctive to its own signature. A talented artist with a richly diverse taste for music although closely identified with, Jazz, world and soul music genres, NåGuG’s sound finds itself encompassing influences from a large range of genres but remain rooted in her Zimbabwean heritage.
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.
Born Sharonrose Manhiri, the artist has lived the greater part of her life in the United Kingdom after relocating with her family at age nice. Interestingly she has not lost connection with her motherland and has never stopped missing home as she reminisces in Khumbul’ekhaya.
The UK based Afrosoul singer, Sharonrose Manhiri is set to release her debut single Khumbul’ekhaya on December 1. Khumbul’ekhaya is a feel good song, it’s smooth and soothing.
Tawanda is a Saxophonist, Marimba master and coach, Mbira player, Percussionist and Composer is one of the few backliners who is fast finding his foot in the front of the house as his musical influence and impact grows.
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.
She represents the next generation and the future of Zimbabwean music whose sons and daughters are scattered across the world and making Zimbabwe proud.
Hailing from Highfield in Harare, the youthful but versatile and monster talented outfit formed in 2015 perfected their craft in their neighborhood which caught the attention of a promoter in Germany where they are now based since last year.
The supertalented guitarist, composer, storyteller is one of the most talented Zimbabwean musicians who has produced some of the finest musical artworks since 2012 and hoisted the country‘s flag high on his numerous and regular international tours.
One of Zimbabwe’s finest bass guitarist and Jazz musician Josh Meck has just served Fruit Salad. The new album was launched on Friday In Harare to a thrilled audience.