Zimbabwean dancehall superstar Winky D who recently escaped a vigilante attack in Kwekwe as he made his way to the stage has finally broken his silence. “We were also offered an escort of 21 bouncers, 15 police men with dogs and 10 military personnel.”
Enzo Ishall owns 2018. The dancehall star who had several hits this year that also made it into the Top 50 outwitted most seasoned artists to claim the pole position with th hit Kanjiva produced by Level and Dj Tamuka on the Avion (TamuLevel)Riddim.
She burst on to the fiercely contested Zimdancehall scene as the bad girl clad in a face mask. Unstoppable and … More
At one time there was no debate on who the best Dancehall chanter and lyricist in Zimbabwe was. Highfield´s Ephraim Mushore affectionately known as Major E was the undisputed champion. He set the foundation for what was later to be known as Zimdancehall. He bounces back in a duet with Dizzy Dee.
“These are social ills making the poor poorer, so youths should be wise and realise that life over death, good over evil and guidance over impulse. However, usually poor people take these whilst trying to adapt to harsh conditions but hey, this is no escape route, we just have to stay focussed”
A gem of an artist has emerged from the gold city of Kwekwe. Ijahson realname Simbarashe Dzvuke is a 25 … More
Killer T reads and understands his audience’s cravings well and feeds them exactly that. His consistency whilst a delicate walk can continue to pay dividend for a little longer at a time a lot of Zimdancehall greats are struggling to stay relevant and slowly sinking into oblivion.
Whats mindblowing about this Riddim is how new artists pulled it way better than most established artists. Loaded with 28 tracks, Touchline is a hit and i hope radio djs will find an appetite for this great music, if not then no doubts the streets will love this.
The hard-hitting video has some simple yet moving visuals, well-graded color and everything on point. Directed by K MANE the video will definitely set the bar not only for dancehall but Zimbabwean music videos.
Zimbabwe’s most popular sound Zimdancehall has remained predominantly sung in Shona, however, two young and very talented artists from Bulawayo have broken the rank and dropped a dope track titled Just Go.