What really happened? Zimdancehall was hijacked by divergent interests who left it for dead. Mbinga, maBosses are some of the main culprits who worked in cahoots with key industry stakeholders to sell out the genre for a song. The Mbingas literally usurped the energy. Continue reading Zimdancehall sold for a song to Mbinga
12-year-old Andrea Sibanda from Chinotimba Township in Victoria Falls is set for stardom after his song went viral on Tik-tok in Zimbabwe and South Africa. The young star is set to record the song in South Africa with some major producers. We tracked down the youngster and we have some exciting information to share. Continue reading 12 year old Victoria Falls vocalist Andrea Sibanda set for stardom
The KOMBI-STATION a concept derived from what used to be the largest public transport mode in Zimbabwe the Commuter Omnibus popularly known as Kombis. The platform converted a mini-bus into a mobile video podcasting and content production studio. Continue reading KOMBI-STATION : earGROUND’s ground breaking media project takes off!
The lockdown situation will last longer than you think. This means that a lot of musicians may not be able to hold live shows and tour for a long time. That means your income streams will be hard hit! So your market & reach has to be Bigger! The digital space is that window. Continue reading Dear ‘BIG’ Artists “YOU WERE BIG BEFORE: A rude awakening!
Madziwa has become a fountain of creative game changers whose works are impacting and changing the national narrative in a major way. Continue reading Madziwa : A village birthing amazing creatives impacting Zimbabwe
For a longtime there has been an from composers, producers and performers of music Zimbabwe over the handling of their royalties from collection to distribution of the income from Radio stations, businesses and members of the public. Recently the sole … Continue reading 6 possible solutions to the ZIMURA artists’ royalties struggles
The digital media disruption is here and here to stay. In essence, the future is here and we are living it. Where is Zimbabwe is all of this? Continue reading #LOCKDOWN :Internet & the Creative disruption in Zimbabwe. [ UNFOLDING REALITY ]
The recent accident at Kinnah Birthday Bash raises a red flag on an area that the Zimbabwean showbiz scene has taken for granted for years. Safety and security of artists, crew and audience at venues remain a matter decided by fate. Promoters are more concerned with making money at any cost even when the lives of both those performing and in attendance are exposed to great risk. Continue reading Red flag on security and safety at music concerts events