KingCity’s Bulawayo HIP-HOP SUMMIT on the cards

Participants will have an opportunity to interact and with industry captains and our well selected panel in order to get a clear picture on issues they didn’t understand and also to learn from success stories of other invited guests who have been in the industry for a lengthy period. Continue reading KingCity’s Bulawayo HIP-HOP SUMMIT on the cards

UPDATE: Bulawayo Artists assist, City status proposed for CAL VIN, funeral details today

Calvin Nhliziyo: The creatives have proposed a sendoff concert at the Bulawayo Amphitheatre and have also appealed to the City of Bulawayo for Cal Vin to be buried at Lady Stanley which was set aside as a burial cemetery for outstanding citizens of Bulawayo. Continue reading UPDATE: Bulawayo Artists assist, City status proposed for CAL VIN, funeral details today

Consistency is the key needed for the growth of Zim Hip Hop

Zimbabwean hip hop has been struggling to gain public attention nationally from the core of the ghettos up to the uptown suburbs including the rural areas as well. One of the reasons that explains the failure of Zim Hip Hop to in finding a breakthrough is the lack of consistency by artists and the genre it self. Continue reading Consistency is the key needed for the growth of Zim Hip Hop