lad in a blue suit escorted by several bouncers who struggled to clear the path for him to walk as people mobbed him. The moment he got on stage i felt something that up to today i cant describe. SoulJah Love had such an amazing presence that you could physically feel from afar.
“Saul Musaka popularly known as Souljah Love remains undoubtedly my number one Zimdancehall artist! Yes! Chibaba ndomira nacho! Love him or hate me, doubt him or vilify him, Sauro has already made an indelible mark on the local music scene.”writes Marshall Shonhai
Let it go on record that no other cultural movement has been both definitive and reflective of 21st century urban Zimbabwean life than mangoma. Since earnest inception in the mid 2000s, it has been defiant, irreverent, passionate, and philosophical.Indeed, I would argue that even the unsavory elements within the genre that rouse the scorn of many a lay pundit are worth their place within our societal discourse, as they often hold up an ugly mirror on society. Here are ten poignant life lessons and affirmations the genre has offered up in its short existence.