Later this month he is headed to Tanzania where he is set to collabo with some of East Africa’s musical greats like the celebrated music producer S2kizzy who has produced many hits for artists like Rayvan and Harmonize.
Enzo just dropped Uri Kutsvirei a song that can easily pass as another song if you listen to it in a rush but if let it sink you will pick many things.
Dear Enzo, I hope I find you well and trust you have started this year of our Lord 2020 very well. You have been on my mind for a while now and I have decided to pen this letter to you. I could have put it in your inbox but decided to write it openly so that all of us can draw some lessons from how I have personally interpreted some of the key events in your musical journey in the just-ended year.
Let’s not hit the dog whilst hiding the knobkerrie here: the response to Enzo Ishall’s latest video, Highest Score, has been underwhelming. Staggeringly so. How underwhelming?
The urban grooves generation is often criticized by Hip-hop purists in Zimbabwe, despite the fact that it was more effective and popular than current Zim Hip-hop in a time when it mostly relied on traditional media.
The year 2018 was the year that the underdogs came to the party and delivered in the music front. The big dogs had the carpet pulled from under their feet without them realizing. The usual main actors did not realize that the script had been flipped and they somehow continued reading from the wrong script only to realize at the end when none gave the usual cheer. Trevor Mawaka takes us through.
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.