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Sha Sha’s ‘Themba Lami’ is a FEMME HOUR staple

Sha Sha’s ‘Themba Lami’ is a FEMME HOUR staple that’s best heard on the edge of a seat, gasping. And by being a far cry from the regular contradiction of soulful vocals and a house production served and eaten up at any groove ever, the song paves the way to the promise of a new sound.  Equally yoked, Sha Sha and Ami Faku deliver in a depot fashion, vibes trickling…

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Paintafresco Has Yet to Make A Meaningful Debut

Paintafresco’s ‘Flowers to Graves’ is a melting pot of melodic rap, earnest sentiments, unsubtle motivational speech, and beyond passable lyricism, all lightly seasoned with a dash of that overused infamous trap snare. With so much to vibe with, while pushing everything else around the plate, the song is a good enough plating of emotion. A raspy-voiced broad on the song’s intro claims responsibility for Fresco’s sense of direction, and it…

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An Oversimplification of Love; Selling a Fantasy That People Cannot Stop Buying.

Since the days of being an EmPawa Africa top finalist, Cleo Vimbai Arigondia better known as Cleo Arie has been figuring out how to make her presence in the somewhat saturated Zimbabwean Afro-pop scene more meaningful, and in the process, truly stand out. Here’s what can be said of Cleo without any doubts: she is a formidable vocalist and guitarist; and based on her decision to build on Jah Bless’ momentum with a well-timed commercially appealing high-profile collaboration, she is also a strategist. The song ‘Pillar’ embraces content that is as weightless as it is plush, laid carefully over a production that is as bouncy as it is sturdy and compact courtesy of Victor Enlisted, DJ Tamuka, and Rayo Beats. Obviously, the song oversimplifies the concept of love, but that’s what…

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