Being honored for your stellar work or contribution is the greatest thing one can ever achieve. The Zimbabwean Hip Hop Awards will do just that for artists putting in work at the event in Harare on the 15th of December. With hip hop being considered the most competitive genre in
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When two forces combine to create something magical the world comes to a stand still and that's the case with Zimbabwean musician, Ahsayn who features his fellow countryman and wordsmith, Sharky on the song Mandipe. The single is taken from Ahsayn's debut album Algorithm. The name Mandipe is derived from
We got another one from Zimbabwe, this time we head to Bulawayo City for Vinnie The King with Thousand Miles. Now, you have to understand that scourging through a body of work to find something "conventional", for lack of a better word, to share is excruciating for me. However, his
Zimbambwe stand up! I absolutely vibe with this song and it's message in particular. Those who know me know how much I love exploring Afrikan hip hop (yes, I write my Afrika with a "k"). Zimbabwean hip hop is one of my favourites 'cause of the intriguing Shona stories the
Two Under says this joint has been three years in the making. Not that it took him that long to do a single song, but that he's been refining himself for the past three years in order to sound like this. YES. YES. YES. Spot on I'd say. He's sounding
Straight out of Zim Calvin once featured Cassper Nyovest on one of his songs last year. He seems pretty active and we wouldn't post it if it wasn't dope.
I was busy thinking of my own lines while dudes was rapping. That hasn't happened in a long time but normally in a freestyle cipher when you hear other cats you mind automatically starts thinking of lines so you can come across and spit yours. I guess I can't get