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We listen as they chant and rap about fire

Whenever the youth want to take a stand, we sit back and wish them well. We hope that no one interrupts their fists-in-the-air movement for power. We pray they get the catharsis they seek in the music they make! We listen as they chant and rap about fire. We know the stakes have never been higher.  Moto is as angry as it is gratifying. I will tell you this, it is…

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King 98 x Zlatan Ibile Pull Up

I foresee the masses coming together in unison demanding that Nigeria and Zimbabwe form their own African Union, well at least one of a musical kind! We should make it permanent! Like everything we have heard from King 98’s Francesca, ‘Pull Up’ is definitely worth the sizeable airplay it’s already getting. If you are looking for something for your Shaku Shaku fever, look no further because this track is your…

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Jnr Brown….Musataurise, please!

First things first – that bass though! That bass can probably save lives! But don’t close the page yet if beats don’t mean that much to you because there’s a message in there too; a message that ladies should probably not take lightly. Musataurise, please.  The song is a tad bit repetitive but if you get past that, you’ve got yourself a solid hip hop banger. ‘Loud’ is perfect for those…

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Here’s a notion you need not forget, “The Future Is Female!”

Here’s a notion you need not forget, “The Future Is Female!”  And ‘Wave’ is just the embodiment of it. The song’s beat slaps harder than your dad and its so easy to get lost in its lo-fi vibe. The only thing most of us have against the song is that its only 2.28 mins long and that’s just unacceptably short! But Hanna certainly brought the heat with this one. She brought the wave!…

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Garry Mapanzure – Your Man, a perfect balance between Afro Pop & RnB

I see a young couple on the highway under pink colored skies, windows rolled down and “Your Man” is on; could this be the “heaven on earth” we always talk about? Because the Ballad Prince, Garry Mapanzure came through immensely this time. I mean, we have never been disappointed by Garry and he certainly won’t start now!  The song is a perfect balance between Afro Pop and R&B; it’s calm;…

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KURE REMIX, (just like the original version) pledges allegiance to Zimbabweans everywhere

First of all, I dare you to lie and say you were ready for this one because none of us was. This time Ishan was joined by Ti Gonzi,  Enzo Ishall, Frya, Killer T, Dobba Don and Mussa Effect; and who doesn’t love a good line-up story (song in this case). Kure Remix (just like the original version) pledges allegiance to Zimbabweans everywhere. It is a song of hope and…

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THE YEAR IN MUSIC 2019: SO FAR

While most of us are still deciding where we actually stand with “ama piano”, we can most certainly agree that 2019 has been nothing less than gratifying. Hits are being served one after the other by both musicians within and musicians beyond Zimbabwean borders, and gratitude is a must! that’s a line from Koffee’s Toast in case that did not register. Winky D is definitely one of my favourites this year and basically every other year lol, thanks in large part to his hit featuring Gemma Griffiths, MuGarden. We hope there’s more still to come from him, I mean the year’s still fresh Chiextra!  Even in the darkest of times, music has always been an integral part of our being and we’ll never forget the lives that were lost in…

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