With all the attention going to Jah Prayzah and Winky D, arguably the country’s two top acts, Zim hip Hop artists also dropped some great body of work.
Four hip hop videos were released and seem to have set the tone for what looks to be an
This was a clear hint to artists that music lovers are no longer satisfied with a head-banging or harmonically rich track only but the complementation of camera work.
Apart from the genres of the chart topping duo (Winky D and Jah Prayzah) Zim hip hop artists also begun this year on a high note.
Since the beginning of this year a few local hip hop productions have been released and they are all trailblazing.
The energy levels with new artists in the game Probeatz and Union 5 are the best hints of what’s ahead.
The renowned beatboxers joined the rap gang as Probeatz released a well rounded video of ‘Very Limited Edition’ and Union 5 also introduced himself with an electrifying ‘Hona Magetsi’.
On the other hand Takura never disappoints both with vocals and in the camera frames of the elite director Aaron Mheta of AM Pictures.
Mr Okay Okay set the pace as he unveiled ‘Noise’ a good tune on a trap beat.
The absurdity of Gary Mapanzure and Hillzy ‘TV Room’ is deeper than you think.
The duo delivered one of the best Valentines gifts in form of TV Room. The much awaited collaboration met the expectations and had a good reception online.
As videos adds value to a track- local directors are playing a pivotal role on upping the Zim Hip Hop levels.
SimDoc, AM Director, Andy Cutta, Blaqs, Naxo films just to mention a few are doing a great work by showcasing a high level of creativity.