Saturday , September 21 2019

Arts and Entertainment

Gweru based DJ goes international

By Richard Shumba Gweru based artist and popular radio personality Blessing Nyanhete popularly known as DJ Blesh is set to embark on his first ever UK tour later this month. Dj Blesh is so excited about his United Kingdom (UK) tour in Birmingham saying the tour will open doors for ...

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Mberengwa teen scoops accolade in Mzansi

By Matilda Hove A 19-year-old dramatist from Mposi High school in Mberengwa, Patience Nsingo, who is well known for his stage name karekta won the Young People Entertainment Awards (YPEA) after having been rated the best young dramatist from a South African drama ‘The Moon’. Nsingo had been acting local ...

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‘Wandigadza’ hit maker at it, AGAIN!

By Faindani Phiri A vibrant Zvishavane based gospel singer and YA FM presenter Admire Nago (pictured) has released a five track Digital Video Disc “D.V.D” only a month after scooping second position prize for duo Radio Zimbabwe and Coca-Cola award ceremony 2018 top 50. The DVD which was launched recently ...

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‘Local artists must be original’

Music lovers continue to question why Zimbabwe’s numerous artists in this generation remain invisible at national level platforms whilst they are around and creating work. By Evidence Chipadza A prominent music producer and artist, Houston Mutanga has defied all hurdles to preserve the watermark and originality of Zimbabwean sounds. “Considering ...

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Gospel artists demand fair ‘air’ play

    By Martin Mawaya Gweru based musicians are coming out strongly against radio Djs and presenters who are failing to promote local talent preferring to play more prominent artists in different genres such as zimdancehall, urban grooves and afro jazz on the radio. Gospel musician Joseph Muzokura has joined ...

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