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Mitch Uta, Any Other Way

Its almost as plain as a pikestaff that Mitch Uta would rather be referred to as a rapper than a singer and of course that’s something that’s not uncommon in contemporary R&B circles. Regardless of what might be perceived as attempts to conceal his vocal abilities in the name of culture, his prowess is clear-cut and unabated. Evidently, he is going for a specific kind of sound with this song,…

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Its 2020 folks and here’s a song about non-renewable energy!

Artists have always received praise for drawing inspiration from their immediate surroundings and in turn channeling that energy into their creative work. Such projects have always been known to evoke intense emotion whenever they land in the hands of a listener. However, the art of filtering the content from which to draw inspiration is, an art so subtle that many fail to master it. In as much as we relate…

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#Zimbabweanlivesmatter might’ve only begun trending a few weeks ago but our lives have always mattered.

#Zimbabweanlivesmatter might’ve only begun trending a few weeks ago but our lives have always mattered. We have always been deserving of admission through the doors that never opened. Deserving to see the ordinary things of life, not as perks of wealth, but as ordinary. We’ve always been worthy people and worthy people, we’ll remain. Holy Ten’s “Ndaremerwa” requires only one thing of the listener; that you actually listen. Not because it’s beaming with new information but because you’re bound to interact with your own life story in different lighting. “Ndaremerwa” speaks nothing but the truth, a truth so irrefutable that it is impossible to ignore the song. Like the people it represents, the song demands to be heard. And like the people it represents, its day is coming. The impact…

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