Remembering David Mankaba the Legend who changed society : Reliving the Bhundu Boys #earGROUND

David Mankaba, a guitarist whose pop group the Bhundu Boys helped popularize African music in Europe and the United States, died on 27th June in 1991 of tuberculosis complicated by AIDS, relatives said. He was 32 years old and lived in Harare, the Zimbabwean capital. Continue reading Remembering David Mankaba the Legend who changed society : Reliving the Bhundu Boys #earGROUND

Top Zimbabwean producer Mboks feautures on new Sauti Sol album

Zimbabwean producer feautures on Sauti Sol’s Midnight Train album. The project Recorded in Nairobi (Kenya), Johannesburg (South Africa) and Los Angeles (California), the album was put together by some of the world’s best producers from American Grammy Award-winning Andre Harris, who has worked with various prominent artists including Usher, Mary J. Blige and Alicia Keys, as well as Congolese musician Kaysha and Zimbabwean Humpfrey Domboka knon as Mboks who produced two tracks Brighter Days featuring Soweto Gospel Choir and another one titled Nenda Lote. Continue reading Top Zimbabwean producer Mboks feautures on new Sauti Sol album