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“91” explores all the altitudes associated with love

In as much as it feels like a more refined version of 2021 is stuck in traffic and our only option is to hang on to this insipid rough draft, let’s appreciate that certain pleasures, such as genuinely good music, are still within our reach. Award-winning vocalist, Tina Masawi has always been known for her distinctive art direction and virtuosity, and although it has taken longer than anticipated, the world…

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Lil’ Hood Lover

The whole Zimbabwean music industry is going through an upturn of powerful and formidable vocalists, and its only a matter of time till they engross the market. In her very affecting voice, Tana relates a not so unusual love scenario. I mean, we’ve all had that one love encounter that inspired in us thuggish and unruly behavior; anything to hold on to the superior emotion. On this song, Lil Hood…

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The song is a powerful and indispensable tool for female social empowerment in as much as it a groovy December playlist unit

Behind every successful woman is a tribe of other successful women, fervidly emboldening her to change the world. Shelea is an empowering song for every queen out there, making significant strides, changing her narrative; and it has nothing to do with class. The song is a powerful and indispensable tool for female social empowerment in as much as it a groovy December playlist unit. On Shelea, Anita does not only…

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Mitch Uta dares to be different

Mitch Uta stands out because he cannot be sorted, he is benevolent and abrasive at once. Gracious yet somewhat insensitive. The appropriately named song was dropped on Halloween and has been slept on since. Voodoo is the kind of song that creates in you a sense of relation; even if you don’t actually relate to it, it’s easy to find yourself conjuring non-existent love lost situations in your head. The…

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Dax takes us on a tour of this closed neighborhood called Fame

Dax takes us on a tour of this closed neighborhood called Fame, where everyone who lives in it has been placed on a pedestal and is faced with the inevitable fate of being rudely yanked from it. It is a place where you cannot go bumbling in a carefree way, here caution is paramount. Gotham’s message is as plain as a pikestaff, as is the irony that Dax too, is…

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Tkay Maidza – 24k

Nowadays, they don’t even write about Tkay Maidza without mentioning “Shook”. Those that do try it only serve floury undone pieces, even they know it. Tkay Maidza is a storm, rising, and very few things on this planet can impede her motion. Tkay has worked with huge industry names such as Troye Sivan, Charlie XCX, and Rita Ora, and the seasoning on her sound is a testament to that. On…

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Without losing the song’s original essence, Denimwoods gives Tayc’s Moi, Je Prouve a pristine facelift

If your French does not go beyond “Je ne comprend Français” then take it from us; Denimwoods’ heart is shattered and is subject to condemnation simply because there no reassembling the mosaic. Without losing the song’s original essence, he gives Tayc’s Moi, Je Prouve (I Do Prove) a pristine facelift, and now we’re all taking French lessons. Both the original song and the cover are as calm as a retiree now living the life of Riley. Tayc’s vocals are slightly more vitreous and refined but that’s something we won’t hold against Denimwoods. Deminwoods emulates every emotion from Tayc’s performance, so convincingly that we believe that he too is hurting, and has a friend called CJ. But of course, we’re well aware this could be a calculated career move to expand…

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