The versatile dancehall sensation is optimistic about his album and he is ‘Ready’ to make ‘Trouble in the City’ with it. “I feel relieved.” He said. “I feel like I have done something for my country “. Nutty O truly is an icon taking Zimbabwe to the world and his success is undeniable internationally as Patoranking said
The City Sports Centre baptised, raised and nurtured the careers of many Zimdancehall superstars. Performing there was a golden opportunity that every artist was in dire need of.
Passion Java is writing his own unique piece of history which will either be cherished or ridiculed, only time will tell.
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.
This year started on a bad note as the nation was robbed of a ghetto icon, dancehall superstar, crowd puller cum national hero, Soul Jah Love. His death culminated into a musical gold rush as some artists sought to milk rich musical capital from his ever flourishing career.
Zimdancehall Awards 2020 Winners : Full list
How can we have a real music industry with no real music fans? I guess that stings! And if it’s not stinging, then I gotta add, Zim has the worst music fans. Yeah I said it, and that includes me since all I am is just a music fan that blogs
They are hungry, refreshing and sounding awesome. One of them is Dancehall Keddah who just dropped an EP titled Mashoko Kwamuri. After watching him drop some dope music i decided to have a one on one. By the way he is one young man i grew up knowing and seeing but little did i know he had an interest and talent in music.
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.
Anyone who will come and try to pen down the history of Zimbabwean music without mentioning SOUL JAH LOVE should know that is committing a severe historical mistake, choreographing facts, and the Zimbabwean people will have no respect for such nonsense, but call it, “A Piece of sublime mysticism, and nonsense!”