There are songs that when they hit you for the first time you instantly know its a banger. That was the effect from a new collabo joint by Funky _ Jazz artist Vera and American artist Kojo which was produced by United Arab Emirates based Daynjr titled Grab My Waist.
“If artists want to survive in the music industry they should learn from ExQ.” He is a true survivor.”
One of the very few survivors from the Urban Grooves era who has not only remained relevant but has continously reinvented himself and managed to stay in the premier league of music.
Most local hip hop heads are floating and flossing in fantasy whilst ignoring reality which could get the music more appreciation. Until we change mindset and relate our stuff to our daily lives, we may never get the recognition.
After staging a “coup” at the 2018 Roil Bulawayo Arts Awards in May this year, Zifm´s national chart show the GTel Top 40 this weekend validated the legitimacy of the title as ASAPH scooped pole position with Dancehall king Winky D trailing behind.
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.
Huby Blakes` latest offering will bring fond memories to the old and charm the younger generation who most will relate with the message and be moved by the Afropop sound mixed together with a feel of sungura and hip hop bars. The video is too lit! The storyline is simple yet so relatable and captured by a great music director one Sir Peter.
Zero Gravity / After Ma Elections, “Highly addictive, politically informed punchlines glued together by chemistry and laced with a pinch of humour”
“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”
She represents the next generation and the future of Zimbabwean music whose sons and daughters are scattered across the world and making Zimbabwe proud.
I don’t know who this guy is (Eddy G) and were he is from but all i know this is mad talent. Whilst i was surfing the internet, looking for some new Zimbabwean music content i bumped into this track titled Makabaya Boyz Dzangu and was blown away instantly.