The single “Dear African Fathers” is a sombre detailed song with a mellow hook imploring fathers to express love and affection to their children.
Zimbabwean hip hop artist DING’O THE DUKE describes SHEBEEN RAP is a sub-genre of HIP HOP that is fused with elements of future bass, 1990s Kwaito, HIPHOP and other and it is still being pioneered with a group of artists and producers like CASE BTZ, DOUGH MAJOR and DJ ZEDAZ.
It is impossible to ignore the powerhouse Tasha. With melodic raps within her DNA. She has been building a fan base over the few months with constantly putting out amazing work. We simply can’t catch her.
MaSimba is the definitely the next big act from Zimbabwe. He has been grinding for long and his bars are legit and heavy. Tafadzwa Gambiza sat down with the new voice on the black.
Lucretius Aurelius Masanga is a Zimbabwean rapper and also a dancer who is based in SA. He definitely has a strong flow to his raps. Definitely look out for him. He is one of the hardcore, stone cold rappers who are representing Zimbabwe.
The 10th annual edition of the Zim Hip Hop Awards is on and the nominees are out. This year the awards being held under the cloud of the Covid_19 pandemic are celebrating a decade of excellence and renewal with the emergence of new amazing talents.
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.
Bad Vibes, a hip hop Single by Crisswiss and The Dot featuring Lee McHoney, Vic Jita & Uno XO, produced by Rayo Beats. Directed by Keaitse Films. It is the debut single from their joint album Room 328: The Bridgeview.
Known for catchy, unrestrained and at times x-rated lyrics and revealing videos, Tricky J is back and this time teaming up with Tehn Diamond to remake the Zimbabwean classic song “Special Meat” originally performed by Callisto Nyamhute.
Zimbabwean hip hop has been struggling to gain public attention nationally from the core of the ghettos up to the uptown suburbs including the rural areas as well. One of the reasons that explains the failure of Zim Hip Hop to in finding a breakthrough is the lack of consistency by artists and the genre it self.