Edwin Nhukarume

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Chirenje’s agony of using mbira in gospel music

Chirenje remembers she fell in love with the traditional sound after she was expelled from the school choir.
By Edwin Nhukarume Nov. 9, 2022

Maibeki’s series to fight discrimination

LOCAL movie producer and director Anesu Maibeki is working on an online series titled Deaf Prince
By Edwin Nhukarume Nov. 11, 2022

70-year-old poet dreams on

The Belvedere-based poet is an epitome of women who had their dreams delayed by the roles of motherhood, single parenting, while working to fend for the family.
By Edwin Nhukarume Nov. 15, 2022

Nasibo to grace Tanzanian music festival

Her resilience in the competitive showbiz industry will next year take her to the prestigious Sauti za Busara 2023 Music Festival stage in Zanzibar, Tanzania.
By Edwin Nhukarume Nov. 16, 2022

Luke Snow's artworks offers musicians business idea

Recently he designed packaging material for snacks emblazoned with names of some popular musicians in the country such as dancehall singers Winky D and Nutty O and others.
By Edwin Nhukarume Nov. 24, 2022

Extreme Dreamers dances against drugs abuse

“Art has the power to change society and the message can be easily understood through artistic expression.
By Edwin Nhukarume Nov. 28, 2022

Murerabvudzi’s international catwalk deferred

The Harare-based model said she would, however, continue preparing for the pageant, adding that she was confident of winning the crown with the support of Zimbabweans.
By Edwin Nhukarume Nov. 30, 2022

Shebeen rap on the rise

The genre’s presence is being felt on the local showbiz if the current developments are anything to go by.
By Edwin Nhukarume Dec. 5, 2022

Film director uses love to tackle youth struggles

Chigodo said his mission in film production was also to create employment, fight mental illness and suicides among the youths.
By Edwin Nhukarume Dec. 12, 2022

Java is a bully: Baba Harare

Passion Java — real name Panganai Java — kicked up the dust first by mocking Baba Harare, describing him as a spent force.
By Edwin Nhukarume Dec. 14, 2022

Anibal’s mbira exploits seek to inspire positive change

The 22-year-old singer said she picked the traditional instrument (mbira) ahead of other instruments as she wanted to be different among her colleagues.
By Edwin Nhukarume Dec. 19, 2022

Awards open a new chapter for Norton

Masikati said the awards were inspired by the Norton Town Magazine which was launched last year.
By Edwin Nhukarume Dec. 23, 2022

Cleaner beats odds to become top model

DETERMINATION, passion and hunger for success are the ingredients that made it possible for male model Ishmael Murangandi.
By Edwin Nhukarume Dec. 23, 2022

Dancing to inspire ‘hopeless’ young generation

She is using dancing as a way to breathe hope into the youths.
By Edwin Nhukarume Jan. 11, 2023

Banshee uses poetry to fight human rights violations

Banshee said her wish was for people to realise the power of art and motivate the youth to fight forces that negate their progress.
By Edwin Nhukarume Jan. 18, 2023

Nixaz charms Bollywood music producer

Gowa approached (some) artistes from [a number] countries who play various instruments.
By Edwin Nhukarume Feb. 7, 2023

Mbare musician, dancer nurtures youth talent

The Mbare-born Chironga through his Celebrate Your Child, has taken it upon himself to clear dumpsites and create a play centre for children.
By Edwin Nhukarume Feb. 17, 2023

VaChikepe sings for the poor

VaChikepe said his type of art was a new music genre he created called Christian Musical Poetry.
By Edwin Nhukarume Feb. 17, 2023

Doubles WekwaMarange reflects on being son of headman

Doubles weKwaMarange, who opened up on how he manages to balance his music career, side hustles and the demanding duties in his rural community as son of the village headman.
By Edwin Nhukarume Mar. 24, 2023

Afro-fusion singer transforms Headlands communities

Some of the proceeds from the projects are channelled towards funding sporting activities and catering for underprivileged in communities.
By Edwin Nhukarume Apr. 7, 2023

Mambo Dhuterere shares survival skills with disabled, elderly

A number of local gospel artistes live a life that does not reflect what they preach through their music.
By Edwin Nhukarume Apr. 8, 2023

Kwekweza conquers southern Africa in public speaking

For Kwekweza, winning a first place in public speaking is not something new as she has been a victor in several competitions in Zimbabwe.
By Edwin Nhukarume May. 11, 2023

Nutty O reflects on Zambian boob

The performance at Heroes Stadium could have been a litmus test for the singer to assess the popularity of his brand on a non-Zimbabwean crowd.
By Edwin Nhukarume Jun. 6, 2023

Young TV personality flaunts ‘God-given’ gifts

I cannot say I was inspired by something. It was an inborn thing.
By Edwin Nhukarume Jun. 10, 2023

Mr Zim United Nations cautioned

Speaking to NewsDay Life & Style, Kashesha said he was given a final warning.
By Edwin Nhukarume Jun. 15, 2023

Music producer tackles identity crisis in music

However, Zimbabwe seems to have few artistes that pursue sungura and traditional music as compared to those who adopt the foreign sound.
By Edwin Nhukarume Jun. 29, 2023

Bling 4’s agony in ghetto life

Speaking to NewsDay Life & Style, Bling 4 said his songs were inspired by life in the ghetto and many hurtful relationships he encountered.
By Edwin Nhukarume Jul. 5, 2023

Kae Chaps, R Peels beef escalates

Born Kudakwashe Chapepa, Kae Chaps is famed for his hit song Juzi which propelled him to stardom.
By Edwin Nhukarume Jul. 26, 2023

American rappers troop to Zim

Award-winning hip-hop artiste DaBaby rose to mainstream prominence with his debut album Baby on Baby, which included Suge, a Billboard Hot 100 top 10 single.
By Winstone Antonio and Edwin Nhukarume Jul. 28, 2023

Model-cum-author confronts childhood trauma

Mutabeni believes the book is an antidote to the struggles caused by our childhood traumas.
By Edwin Nhukarume Aug. 15, 2023