The advantages of online piracy to artists in Zimbabwe are well documented. Arguably, many Zimdancehall artists acknowledge that their rise to fame was partly attributable to both offline and online piracy. Continue reading Online PIRACY: A ZIMBABWEAN STATISTICAL perspective #Earground
Fourth, music in Zimbabwe has no sustainable structures to support and sustain new talent. We welcome new talent but, in most cases, talent wilts away. This is largely because of a lack of knowledge of the industry itself. The general conclusion is that apera “their career is over”. But that’s another debate for another day. Continue reading Crisis of paralysis and the music industry in Zimbabwe _ #Earground
This blog post is a first impression account of our industry, written for the musician who wants to start making money from their craft. This is part 1 of a two-part article. Continue reading The Biggest Lessons I learnt about the ‘Zim Music Industry’ in 2019 _ Part 1 #EARGROUND
The 29year old multi-talented Highfield raised wheelspinner is determined to conquer and make a name for herself and inspire other young women. Continue reading Nancy Mteki turn-tables for dee-jaying
I just had a brief talk with him on his upcoming 1st album ” yes” the first album and l think its going to blow people’s minds, with 18 songs on it can only mean its got a song for everyone.