Alick Macheso, Winky D and Enzo Ishall to rock Castle Tankard 2022

Zimbabwe’s biggest horse racing event, the Castle Tankard is back with a massive bang this Saturday the 7th of May 2022 after a two-year sabbatical owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. The racing extravaganza will see 13 horses taking to the tracks and three music heavyweights entertaining at the Borrowdale Race course. Continue reading Alick Macheso, Winky D and Enzo Ishall to rock Castle Tankard 2022

Squid game? As Roki and Winky D drop videos simultaneously

THE Game of Thrones returns in Zimbabwe appearing like a Squid Game where one who does a perfect Money Heist could be crowned the ultimate king of wit and grit in the showbiz scene. In one corner wearing extraterrestrial rolling goggles is Winky D born Wallace Chirimuko. At the other end, Roki aka Rockford Josphats who was coming from an ebbing career enjoying his comeback. Continue reading Squid game? As Roki and Winky D drop videos simultaneously

7 Things We Learnt from the ZIMURA Royalties 2021 top List

Zimbabwe Music Rights Association (Zimura) is often under fire for its apparent lack of transparency, especially when it comes to dishing out appropriate royalties. Thus, when the organization announced in May that it would be distributing $23 Million in royalties to local artists, the air was filled with excitement. After all, this figure was almost $20 million dollars more than the $4 Million distributed last year. Continue reading 7 Things We Learnt from the ZIMURA Royalties 2021 top List

Gateway Stream :A big solution for Zimbabwe’s creative industry

Gateway Stream has seen Winky D sharing the stage with Jah Prayzah, several other artists like Janet Manyowa, Ammara Brown, Tamy Moyo, Andy Muridzo, Sulu Chimbetu and soon Ishan, Poptain, Nutty O, Anita Jaxson will grace the platform. This is it! under lockdown and beyond this is what the industry had long since been longing for. A stable platform with a bankable corporate support. Continue reading Gateway Stream :A big solution for Zimbabwe’s creative industry

Janet Manyowa, Winky D, Jah Prayzah in groundbreaking Pay Per View (PPV) concerts

The COVID19 pandemic forced the world into a total shutdown leaving many if not all industries paralysed. Even with the world slowly opening up, many in the creative, cultural and events industries are still yet to open 100% and Zimbabwe is no exception. Pay Per View could be one big window. Continue reading Janet Manyowa, Winky D, Jah Prayzah in groundbreaking Pay Per View (PPV) concerts