Anita Jaxson continues to glide her career with so much ease and melody. Easily likable, smooth flowing, versatile in delivery.
Natasha Muz’s recent performance at SHOKO FESTIVAL marked her grand entry into Zimbabwe’s finest.
Sibo born Sibongile Lenneiye is a Zimbabwean-Kenyan hip-hop artist who channels her multi-ethnic heritage and experiences, into stimulating conversations about life and identity.
The 22 year Holy Ten 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.
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.
The young artist is bursting at seams with huge talent ready for the global stage. Last night Poptain literally stole the show. His energy, precision, delivery and chemistry with the band and the surprise collaboration with the amazingly talented Blackperl was a marvel to watch.
Its the Phoenix Edition! Zimbabwe’s longest-running urban festival started yesterday and will run to the 27th of September 2020 and it will be digital with all sessions and performances getting screened live via Shoko Festival’s Facebook page and the festival website.
In light of the Covid19 pandemic, it is only befitting that Zimbabwe’s biggest annual new media and journalism event, The Hub UnConference at Shoko Festival goes virtual on its 8th edition LIVE on Facebook and Youtube.
Voice2Rep Zimbabwe an initiative by Magamba Cultural Activist Network with support from Accountability Lab Zimbabwe is offering an opportunity for 10 socially conscious artists who care about their community enough to tell their experiences of the realities of Zimbabwe, their vision and aspirations for our nation.