These New School producers have managed to build their solid brands and ushered in a unique cum hybrid sound which has led to the inevitable growth of some artists and more importantly they have made countless hit-songs.
Zimbabwean hip hop has been struggling to gain public attention nationally from the core of the ghettos up to the uptown suburbs including the rural areas as well. One of the reasons that explains the failure of Zim Hip Hop to in finding a breakthrough is the lack of consistency by artists and the genre it self.
The 22 year old music star in the making has been releasing hard hitting music which resonates with the lives of many Zimbabweans both from the uptown where hip hop has a lot of fanbase to downtown which is a core of Zimdancehall and this has helped him in widening and broadening his audience.
“However, internet fame sometimes is misleading and overrated especially when making reference to Zimdancehall. The major fan base of Zimdancehall lies within the streets of the ghettos”, Writes Argus Mepo
“A lot of good music is being released by Zimbabwean artists but most of the music is not reaching the public domain and the intended audience”, Writes Argus Mepo.
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.
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.