Jamaican Reggae star Shav A and South Africa-Zimbabwean HipHop and Reggae maestro Don Dada recently teamed up to rendition the iconic No No No No song first released in 1936. Produced by the legendary producers and engineers Gary G, Sly Dunbar and Mark Stonecold” Hudson, the latest version is definitely destined for the BILLBOARDS.
Legendary reggae singer, Neville O’Riley Livingston, otherwise known as Bunny Wailer has died.
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In Zimbabwe Ras Jabulani has been a strong advocate and promoter of Reggae music, Rastafarianism and black emancipation. He leads the Reggae band Crucial Mix which has mentored a lot of artists and performed as a backing band for many visiting international artists mainly Reggae and Dancehall.
The track Satori speaks about Africans emancipating themselves from western teachings and regaining knowledge that they always had when they were kings of civilisation in the world with their capital in Egypt where they build pyramids down to South Sudan .
Zimbabwe is a Reggae nation and there is a new King on the throne. MOOSAFA KING real name Carringtone Makumbe. The talented artist has for a while been buzzing underground, dropping great moving music and has finally found space on the ground.
Kwekwe born but SA based Reggae sensation Don Franco Tafari is scaling dizzy musical heights. He once featured on a project that had big international Reggae legends such as Sizzla, Fanton Mojah, Teflon, Delly Ranks.
A star has risen from the East. IFinton is an accomplished guitarist, composer and singer whose distinctive Samanyika accent is winning hearts in Europe.
As Zimbabwe celebrates its 38th Independence, versatile musician and gifted composer Mwenje Mathole has released a brilliant song that speaks to the nation.