ZIMBABWEAN DJ, RayDizz, who recently won the Miller Sound Clash competition and performed in Las Vegas, USA, in August, recently dropped a new single featuring one of Zimbabwe’s most talented dancehall acts and personalities, Smylie.
The single, titled If Found Please Return To Harare, is an up-tempo house and dancehall fusion that is set to be become a dance floor favourite this summer time.
The unique and catchy production on the song was provided by Reverb7 and Simba Tagz, who managed to fuse the sounds and instrumentation of Afro-house and Caribbean dancehall over a syncopated beat that gives Smylie a great deal of freedom in his delivery which he utilises to perfection.
“Since the release of the track, I must say we have received a great response from listeners and we are happy about it so far,” said his manager and publicist, Phil Chard.
The song is taken from RayDizz, latest line of 729 apparel of the same name. The song and its accompanying line of shirts speak to RayDizz hometown and his desire to always represent it.
RayDizz has once again brought something interesting to the people of Zimbabwe since he came out winner in the Miller Soundclash competition after beating some of Southern Africa’s most talented disk jockeys.
“We understand that Smylie performed part of the song at the Lion Lager Beer Festival held at the weekend and we have also already started distributing the CD around,” added Chard.
After winning the sound clash the musician expressed how he was elated to have been the winner and how much he looked forward to representing Zimbabwe in Las Vegas and beyond.
He said hopefully this would be just one of many accolades that he hoped to achieve in his growing career.
The song will most likely take the airwaves by storm as it combines two of the country’s talented artistes in one song.