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Hillzy & Sha Sha are a combination that works

When it comes to music, we’ve always asked for one thing; to be able to feel something. To be confronted in uncommon ways, to be one with the melody, and to simply be. When it comes to Hillzy’s music, it’s always a serendipitous encounter, one that evokes superior emotion without fail. His music does not move us fortuitously, no, it’s always intentional. And honestly, how are we expected to remain…

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No Cap, TheLastLetter makes a plunge into emotional waters

‘No Cap’ is the win we’ve been in pursuit of. The Last Letter makes a plunge into emotional waters and she’s not coming up for air till all her grievances are resolved. Like many of us, she’s frustrated by all the games and inconsistencies in these situationships, or dare I say, entanglements. But while the rest of us choose to sit back and take it like a man, she’s not…

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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…

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2020 has presented itself as proof that it actually never rains, it only pours.

2020 has presented itself as proof that it actually never rains, it only pours. The rate at which we’ve been losing all hope is proportional to the rate at which the misfortunes have been succeeding each other – and we’re all aware of how rapid this has been. We’ve often been told that when it gets too hard to stand, kneel. And that’s exactly what this song is all about.…

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BrownXin “Ishe” opens with intense ominous energy

“Ishe” opens with intense ominous energy. The Roman Calvary choir vocals and the ancient bells give the song an air of importance, like the background music of an epic battle – if they actually had soundtracks. The song starts off with the hook which is essentially a prayer, and at this point, it all makes a lot of sense. When BrownXin leaps onto the first verse as soon as the bass is released, the energy morphs into something of a more aggressive nature. Albeit a very short verse, before he returns to the autotune laden hook and chorus, his bars are raw and undeniably beyond passable, and that matters in our book. But things really get exciting on the second verse by Brythreesixty, which he absolutely and undeniably bodied! And…

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