I’m my own man: BaTroy

By Fidelis Manyange HE descended with businessman Tawanda Chenana in Macheke last week and mesmerised the community alongside fellow...

In comes Gushungo in Jah Prayzah’s shadow

WORD on the street is that a Jah Prayzah ‘copycat’, who goes by the stage name Gushungo, is allegedly also in a...

Reclaim our heritage: Part Two …when patriotism rules

IN the previous article, we discussed the historical roots of Zimbabweans and how we refused to be a natural resource to be...

Musicians and 2022 plans

By Fidelis Manyange AS the norm, each beginning of year, most music fans would like to know what their...

Epworth’s hidden gem

By Fidelis Manyange EPWORTH is perceived by many people to be a poverty-ridden suburb which harbours criminals and ladies...

About music and patriotism

By Fidelis Manyange WHY is it that some musicians in this country have been attacked physically, verbally or emotionally...

Legislator releases album

By Fidelis Manyange KNOWN in the music circles as DJ Phuti, Dingumuzi Phuti, Member of Parliament for Bulilima West...

Musicians who set the bar too high for themselves

By Fidelis Manyange A ONE hit wonder is any piece of art that achieves mainstream popularity and in music...

Blind musicians who excelled against all odds

By Fidelis Manyange THE death of the great Steve Kekana, one of Africa’s prominent blind musicians, has led this...

The Dembo genius… do people really know him?

By Fidelis Manyange IT is now 25 years since the death of the legendary Leonard Tazvivinga, also known in...
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