After a long delay and countless complains from fans across the digital streets Ammara Brown finally released the video for her smash hit Akiliz shot by Vusa Blaqs and edited in South Africa.The video drew mixed reactions with a section of Zimbabweans commending her for consistency while some disapproved of certain scenes in the video which they claimed weren’t child friendly (which is French for explicit).The video is standard Ammara with a Buff Akiliz tryna get his way with her while a plethora of young ladies dance in the background.
Buffalo Soulja continued his mission to charm the crowd back home after years as a top tier dancehall act on the continent.He roped Mr Mbare himself,Kinnah for a track titled gwenya whose video was shot in SA.The song talks about finding,keeping and being the light even as haters try and kill your vibe.The video doesn’t veer from this narrative depicting hood dudes made good dudes who despite moving to an affluent neighborhood and driving posh cars continue to be subjected to hate from Neighbors who don’t approve of the come up.
Pachihera and Terry Africa reunited for Kangoma after previously delivering the scorching *Sarura Wako* alongside Tocky Vibes.The two play lovebirds who wine,dine and dance at an upmarket restaurant while penning the soundtrack to their love.Their chemistry is undeniable and a full length Collaborative effort from the two wouldn’t be amiss.
Chitungwiza emcee Sharky made sure he released the first video in Zimbabwe for 2018 dropping his Henaroo visuals at 0000 hrs.The video is the first off his *Take Back The Land* album.Also know as Too Much Sauce,Henaro is Sharky showcasing his ability to kick bars and switch rhyme schemes above the required standard hence too much sauce.For the video he hosts a brunch for friends and affiliates of Monkey Bznz with Monkey Bznz regalia being the dress code & extra serving of sauce dominating the menu.
Arguably Zimbabwe’s man of the moment (for longer than we care to remember) *Jah Prayzah* returns to Coke Studio Africa this time alongside Ghanaian rapper *Joey B* and Ethiopian songstress *Betty G*The trio do a rendition of Jason Derulo’s In My Head and Jah’s standout performance even gets an honourable mention from Derulo himself.
By Donald Marindire
Creative,Curate & Cultural Influencer at *ShonaBoyConglomerate* & *Kool Kidz Zw*