BY AGATHA CHUMA
SONGSTRESS Ashleigh “Shashl” Moyo (pictured), who continues to make waves on the showbiz scene, has dropped a well-scripted video of the song Dhindindi plucked off her latest 14-track album titled HighWay.
The video, which was produced by Dj Levels of Chillspot Records, is trending on different digital platforms and has been endorsed as work of a genius if the fans’ reactions are anything to go by.
The video features young and energetic youths enjoying themselves at a nightclub that has all what an entertainment hub could possibly offer.
On the video, the youths are dressed to kill, complementing the partying mood and vibe.
Within a few hours of its release, the video garnered a million views on YouTube.
Reacting on Facebook; Skee Nyoni said: “I choose to go with the melody not the lyrics.
She is one of the best female vocalists we have in Zimbabwe.”
Panashe Samuriwo said: “I thought I was deaf until I heard this song, I am healed…Shashl has a whole vibe.”
“The true definition of high-quality standard delivery from a beautiful lady,” Fungai Kadirire said.
Shashl, who is the daughter of former Health minister Obadiah Moyo and draws inspiration from American singer, Madilyn Bailey, rose to prominence with her debut single No More in 2017.
The single was followed by the track Blow It in the Wind the following year.
She became the first local female musician to be signed under the top recording label Universal Music, South Africa.
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