JOHANNESBURG — South African singer Bucie may not have been featured on Drake’s reworked version of Superman, but will still cash in the moola after being listed as a songwriter on the track.
MUSICIANS Jah Prayzah and Andy Muridzo will on Saturday travel to Mashonaland East, their home province, where they are scheduled to stage a show at The Legends Sport Diner in Marondera.
SUNGURA maestro, Alick Macheso, has dragged one of the country’s oldest music recording companies, Gramma Records, to the High Court seeking an order compelling the firm to pay him over $15 800 in royalties covering a five-year period.
SHOKO Festival organisers are calling on all artists interested in being part of the annual arts and culture fiesta to apply for the show’s seventh edition scheduled to run from September 29 to October 2 in Harare.
TOP choreographer and dancer John Cole and upcoming artiste Paul Martin have crossed swords, after the latter allegedly breached an agreement that barred him from using video clips with the former’s dance routines to create a full-length video.
VETERAN musician, Nicholas Zakaria, who has been struggling to release his new album has been thrown a lifeline by the Zimbabwe Business and Arts Hub (Zibah) to produce his latest six-track album, Takomborerwa.
BULAWAYO-based singer and rapper Thabani “Thabbz” Ndlovu has been prompted to release a new track after he recently inked a clothing endorsement deal with a South Africa-based fashion label, Kasi Swagg.
There is a positive and transformative wave of literature sweeping across Africa and young people are finding it expedient to ride on this wave and sail alongside literature veterans in sharing ideas and showcasing their youthful creative minds with the world.
RISING producer Tashinga Mungoshi — popularly known as Tash Van Manhize in music circles —has taken a dig at local artistes “pirating” their music online for peanuts, when they could gain more from their efforts through the sale of CDs.
UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa (Rosa) has partnered the government to collate data and statistics on cultural and heritage issues, as a way of establishing the contributions made by cultural sectors and using it to stimulate national development.