Top 50 winners receive their prizes


SEVERAL musicians whose songs dominated the Radio Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe Broadcasting Television Top 50 songs for 2015 yesterday walked away with their monetary prizes and vouchers from Coca Cola at a colourful awards ceremony held at Mandel Training Centre in Harare.


Coca Cola is a brand of Delta Beverages.

Dancehall chanter, Winky D, gospel musician Blessing Shumba, sungura artiste Simon Mutambi, urban groover Trevor Dongo and Reverend Chivaviro whose songs dominated the music charts last year all walked away with prizes along with several listeners and viewers who correctly predicted the Top 5 videos and songs.

Shumba received $1 200 and a hamper for his song, Chimwe Nechimwe, off his album NdiJesu, which was voted the overall winner of the competition while Mutambi pocketed $800 and also received a hamper for the track, Mukadzi Akanaka.

Chivaviro, whose hit, Ebenezer, was on third position, received $500 and a hamper. He immediately took to Facebook where he expressed gratitude to the organisers and his fans.

“This is for you all our fans. Thank you for your continued support, thank you Delta, thank you Coca Cola, thank you Radio Zimbabwe, thank you Team Ebenezer,” he said, adding that they were soon going to release Mhepo Inoperekedza – Tiri Munyasha Part 2.

Head of ZBC chris Chivhinge and Delta Beverages Genaral Manager, Moses Gambiza hand over a 52 Inch television to...... and his wife....for predicting top .

Energetic chanter Winky D, whose video Chiramu was voted tops, received $1 200 and a hamper while ExQ, who was on second position with the video Hallelua that featured Roki, pocketed $800 and received a hamper.

Dongo received $500 and a hamper for the collaboration video African Girl done alongside dancehall star, Soul Jah Love.

Shumba was voted Best Gospel singer, Mutambi was voted Best Sungura, Soul Jah Love Best Zimdancehall artiste, Nox Best Urban Groover, Clement Magwaza Best Tshibilika and Jah Prayzah was voted outstanding artiste for three of his songs and his collaboration with Nox.

Sulumani Chimbetu and Soul Jah Love’s collaboration, Nyuchi, was on fourth position, while the later’s Handichadi Nhamo claimed fifth position.

Jah Prayzah’s popular song Eriza, off the album Jerusarema, was on position six. Apart from Eriza, Chinamira and Ndoenda from the same album were voted number 18 and 30 respectively.

South Africa-based Enock “Nox” Guni’s Gumbo Mudoro, featuring Jah Prayzah, came seventh.

Other musicians who made it in the top 10 were veteran sungura artiste Nicholas Zakaria on position eight with the song Mwari Anogona, Oliver Mtukudzi’s Dzinga Hwema on ninth position, while Ziya Ndanduwe from Varumbidzi was voted number 10.


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