Winky D a brainiac philosopher preaches perseverance in Njema _ Part 2: #Earground

Gafa is a brainiac, a philosopher and he’s probably got a very high IQ (Intelligence Quotient) again, this sets him far apart from other artists in his genre. His obsession with extraterrestrials, metaphysics and sophisticated technology demystifies the view that musicians are people without substance  Continue reading Winky D a brainiac philosopher preaches perseverance in Njema _ Part 2: #Earground

A crisis of Imagination haunts Zimbabwean music

Our failure to re-imagine coupled with our undying love for anything foreign poses a great threat on the great wealth of authentically Zimbabwean music legacy created by the late Dr. Oliver Mtukudzi, the Bundu Boys, Ilanga, Master Chivero, Chiwoniso Maraire, Lovemore Majaivana, Fortune Muparutsa, the Runn Family, Dorothy Masuka, Thomas Mapfumo, Paul Matavire, Edwin Hama, Andy Brown and many more amazing sons and daughters of Zimbabwe. These artists created signature music that will live for generations to come, songs whose messages still resonate with today and tomorrow. Continue reading A crisis of Imagination haunts Zimbabwean music

Music Crossroads Director Melody Zambuko stands tall with world leaders

Melody Zambuko the director of the Music Crossroads and also a board member of Jeunesses Musicales Internationale (JMI) an organization based in Brussels with 60 plus countries in membership across the globe stood tall amongst world leaders in Kigali, Rwanda on the 9th of December as she received an award on behalf of JM International. Continue reading Music Crossroads Director Melody Zambuko stands tall with world leaders

Jazzed-up Eve Kawadza says ‘I DO’

Eve Kawadza was born in Buhera on the 12th of August 1988. She spent her early years in Rusape with her paternal Grandmother and later came to Harare when she was 4 years old in time for her to start her preschool. She did her Primary school at Houghton Park Primary School in Waterfalls in Harare and did her O’level at Howard High School in Chiweshe and came back to Harare and did her A Level at Harare High School in Mbare popularly known as Danho. She proceeded to the University of Zimbabwe where she did her Bachelor Of Arts Degree BA General. Continue reading Jazzed-up Eve Kawadza says ‘I DO’