BULAWAYO – Lighting up the last show of the Creative Diversity and Social Inclusion (CREDISI) Show on October 31 with dazzling live performances will be twelve Zimbabwean musicians. The 12th and final edition will feature some amazing talents.
The talented Bhadhilah an artist from Beitbridge does House, Amapiano and Gqom music in Venda and mixes up with a bit of Shona and Ndebele.
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.
Back in the days, contemporary dance carried all sorts of stereotypes and ridicule and women were the biggest victims. The industry in Zimbabwe remains male dominated but the narrative has been changing over the years. Noni is one of the young female dancer and choreographer who defied many odds to make a great impact in dance. Tafadzwa Gambiza of Jibilika caught-up with the firebrand dancer to get her story.
The list of 100 Greatest of All time Zimbabwean songs demonstrates that Zimbabwe’s musical heritage is extraordinarily rich and diverse, harbouring many sounds that have evolved over the course of times. Many renowned artists and musicians have contributed to this long playlist which shapes our rich collective discography.
Comedy gets the biggest boost in Zimbabwe
The annual ZimDancehall awards which are on a return after a two year break set for the 14th […]
Dhuterere, Dhuterere is a genre. Mambo is undoubtedly the biggest find of 2019 deserves our support. He is our own and his growth into other markets can open up space for other Zimbabwean artists.
On the 1st of December 2018 I wrote an opinion piece in the Saturday Herald titled Zim Arts and […]