Blackperl performance was set in a derelict backyard garage aptly resembling the state of the nation. Two young ladies joined her on set but through out her entire performance they were playing Checkers projecting a deep metaphor.
After the impact of Covid 19, Darryl and his partners have gone on to start the International Wig And Beauty Academy to help women who are losing job acquire a skill that can help them start their own businesses!
Bad Vibes, a hip hop Single by Crisswiss and The Dot featuring Lee McHoney, Vic Jita & Uno XO, produced by Rayo Beats. Directed by Keaitse Films. It is the debut single from their joint album Room 328: The Bridgeview.
Known for catchy, unrestrained and at times x-rated lyrics and revealing videos, Tricky J is back and this time teaming up with Tehn Diamond to remake the Zimbabwean classic song “Special Meat” originally performed by Callisto Nyamhute.
The 22 year old music star in the making has been releasing hard hitting music which resonates with the lives of many Zimbabweans both from the uptown where hip hop has a lot of fanbase to downtown which is a core of Zimdancehall and this has helped him in widening and broadening his audience.
An iconic voice on radio from his days at YFM to his Tv appearances as host of Friends Like show, Mzekezeke, co-owning at one time the biggest hitmaking record label TS Records, writing books, getting fired from Radio, starting Massiv Metro and co-founding MoFaya. Dj Sbu is a living legend.
Söhne Mannheims [The Sons of Mannheim] a multi-award winning European band has added their voice, amplifying the calls for the respect for human rights in Zimbabwe and across the world in a new video titled Miracle.
After being suffocated by the restrictions of the Lockdown, and reminiscing of better days, Hey Hey Preacher writes this powerful and emotional piece where he expresses his desire for the lockdown to end so he can go outside and be with his girlfriend and other loved ones.
Born and raised in Zimbabwe, KTheChosen is a hip-hop artist studying business at the University of Calgary,Canada. He uses his platform to talk about social issues and promote conversations within different communities.
The chant dropped at a time Zimbabweans across the divide are speaking loudly about the declining state of life, the police brutality and corruption in the country under the #ZimbabweanLivesMatter hashtag. Opening up with a statement from cleric and activist Pastor Evan Mawarire, the song samples Ephat Mujuru’s Mugariro and brings in powerful hip hop bars laced with a feel of trap and traditional chants.