Category: Music

Local blog wins continental accolade

By Kundai Marunya Local blog, The African Hip Hop Blog continues to shine, this time on a continental level winning an award for the Best Blog About Africa at the second...

True Vibenation relishes HIFA experience

Kundai Marunya Most people visiting Zimbabwe for the first time after over a decade of economic meltdown and political chaos come bearing this negative image of a nation...

Beteanberg on xenophobia

Celebrated South African group, Beatenberg has denounced xenophobia as a barbaric act by uncivilized South Africans. This comes at a time when Zimbabwean locals have...

Pee Kay urges record labels to embrace new ideas

Rapper, Pee Kay (real name Patrick Kahari) has encouraged record companies and musicians to embrace new marketing methods instead of crying over piracy. The musician who...

Smart phones for NAMA winners

Accolade winners for the 14th National Arts and Merit Awards (NAMA) which were held at Rainbow 7 Arts Theatre in February will receive additional prices at the Zimbabwe...

Monkey Nuts album launch at HIFA

The Monkey Nuts, Hip Hop alternative 3 member band is billed to launch their forth coming album titled Boom Bap Idiophonics at the Harare International Festival of Arts...

RayDizz and Simba Tagz set trend with new video

Celebrated local artist, RayDizz who made his mark on the international scene when he represented Zimbabwe in Las Vegas for the Miller Sound Clash last year has strike...

Aussie, Zimbo group set for HIFA

Three-man group consisting of Harare born twins and a New Zealand national is set to light up the Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA) with a fusion of hip...

Tuku speaks against Xenophobia

Superstar Oliver ‘Tuku’ Mtukudzi has castigated the xenophobic violence that has spread across South Africa claiming at least seven lives. Several thousands of...

The rise of reggae music a gateway to drug abuse

Following Bob Marley’s inaugural visit to Harare in 1980 when he performed at the independence celebrations at National Sports Stadium, reggae music has slowly grown...