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Enzo Ishall

Covid-19: Fans scold Enzo over dance with Miss World Zimbabwe

By Munashe Makuwe POPULAR Zimdancehall chanter Enzo Ishall weekend graced Miss World Zimbabwe’s birthday party where he took to the dancing floor with the Queen. Miss World Zimbabwe Hajirah Belinda Potts, who turned 23 on the 20th of June, chose to celebrate her birthday with many local celebrities, among them Enzo. The two later danced

Tambaoga Bounces Back, Apologises For Zanu PF Songs

By Munashe Makuwe CONTROVERSIAL Zanu PF musician Tambaoga and once staunch Zanu PF exponent has taken time on Twitter to apologise for singing for the ruling party. Tambaoga also announced his come back. The singer recently featured on Nash TV live performing online after some years in hibernation. The Rambai Makashinga singer also took to Twitter

Mai Titi

Mai Titi Releases Eye-Catching Video For New Love Song

By Munashe Makuwe SOCIALITE Mai Titi has added a new feather to her flourishing career by releasing a new love song titled ” Utange Neni” which she performed with British singer Icey Stanley. The song has been given hype by the collaboration of the British singer, rapper, and songwriter who is well known in his

Droba

Zim musician records song on Covid-19

By Munashe Makuwe ZIMBABWEAN singer Sam Guwa has taken a stand like many musicians all over the world to release a song raising awareness of the Covid-19 situation that has hit the world. In the song, “Kupusa Kungwara”, the Harare based singer, popularly known as Droba, urges people to listen to “the government and health

Calvin Gudu

From ‘Tombofara’ to ‘Great’: Calvin Gudu

Ivuse Online This is a detailed narration after an exclusive interview with Calvin Gudu. Popularly known for Tombofara , Ncam Ncam and part of pioneers of Zimbabwean urban grooves, Matonto. Calvin Gudu was born in Gwanda, and raised there for the early part of his life. They later on moved to Bulawayo, eLuveve with his

Jimmy Maleta

Zim Hip Hop Artist Takes Stance Against GBV In New Song

By Staff Reporter ZIMBABWEAN-born South Africa based hip hop artist Jimmy Maleta has added his name to a growing list of global artists who have released inspirational songs during the difficult period the entire world is fighting the Covid-19 pandemic. The song, ‘No.1 But You’ is a love ballad genre. The song features South African

Kirsty Coventry

Zimbabwe Celebrates National Culture Week Amid Covid-19 Pandemic

Xinhua SOME Zimbabwean artists on Saturday night performed at a virtual concert to mark the end Zimbabwe’s national Culture Week which began on Monday. The concert, which featured some of Zimbabwe’s top musicians, was screened live on national television and on social media platforms due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Zimbabwe is currently on a lockdown

Jah Prayzah

Jah Prayzah Releases New Hokoyo Album

By Munashe Makuwe TOP local musician Jah Prayzah has finally released his much anticipated Hokoyo album. The album has 15 songs, two of which Hokoyo and Asante, were released earlier and have been receiving favourable airplay on local radio stations. Other songs on the album are; Nyaya Yerudo, Kana Ndada, Wenge, Eriya, Tonight, Dzirere, Mukwasha, Kwayedza,

Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj, Doja Cat’s top Billboard Hot 100

By Munashe Makuwe On the verge of getting her first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 with Doja Cat’s “Say So”, Nicki Minaj took to Instagram to express her excitement. Said the musician, “Can’t thank you guys enough for going so hard this past week to help us make history.” She captioned her post of a

Singer Katy Perry

Katy Perry on mental health struggles during lockdown

By Munashe Makuwe/Agencies AMERICAN singer Katy Perry Tuesday opened up on her mental health struggles through the coronavirus pandemic and her journey to becoming mother. She took to Twitter to share, “sometimes I don’t know what’s worse trying to avoid the virus or the waves of depression that come with this new norm”. Over the

Boss Pumacol

Boss Pumacol’s emotional testimony after hospital ordeal

By Munashe Makuwe ZIMDANCEHALL chanter Boss Pumacol Thursday posted a video on Facebook telling fans how he has endured eight months of ailment ordeal which saw doctors at one time administering wrong medication on him. The singer had been battling diabetes. He was admitted in hospital on Thursday last week and has taken to social

'Please forgive me' chanter...Brian Adams

Singer Bryan Adams apologises for social media post blaming ‘bat eating’ people for coronavirus

CNN Canadian singer Bryan Adams is sorry about that. The “Summer of ’69′” crooner walked back a social media rant on Tuesday that blamed “bat eating” people for spreading the coronavirus, after it was widely slammed for its racist undertones. The drama started on Monday when Adams, 60, posted a clip of himself on Instagram singing his

The late Little Richard

Rock ‘n’ Roll Pioneer, Little Richard Dies

BBC Pioneering rock ‘n’ roll singer Little Richard has died at the age of 87, the musician’s family has confirmed. Little Richard’s hits included Good Golly Miss Molly, which made the UK charts in 1958. The Beatles, Elton John and Elvis all cited him an influence. The singer, born in Georgia as Richard Wayne Penniman,

Ty: Mercury-Nominated UK Rapper Dies Of COVID-19, Aged 47

BBC Ty, the acclaimed, Mercury-nominated UK rapper, has died aged 47 after contracting coronavirus. The Nigerian-British musician was known for a witty, mature style that owed more to the old-school US rappers than the grittier street sounds of London. In 2004, his second album, Upwards, was nominated for the Mercury Prize alongside Amy Winehouse, The

Beyoncé and mom Tina Knowles Lawson

Beyoncé and Her Mother Help Fund COVID-19 Testing Facilities in Houston

Harpers’ Bazaar Beyoncé is teaming up with her mother, Tina Knowles Lawson, to spearhead COVID-19 testing efforts in their hometown of Houston, Texas. Per a press release shared to Beyoncé’s official website, the star’s BeyGOOD organization will be initiating the #IDidMyPart campaign, which encourages Black communities to prioritize their health amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.