Zimdancehall artiste Mbida D in court for fraud

Madondo allegedly failed to show up on the agreed date, and became evasive.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Apr. 29, 2024

Zimdancehall yet to gain international popularity - Mono Mukundu

Mukundu's experience at the Island Music Conference and his insightful observations offer valuable guidance for Zimbabwe's music industry, particularly the burgeoning Zimdancehall scene
By Sindiso Dube Mar. 10, 2024

In the groove: Is sungura music really Zimbabwean?

Rhumba was then given a Zimbabwean name, Sungura or Museve.
By Fred Zindi Feb. 18, 2024

Men must express emotions

Admiral General, who launched his musical career in 2019, is motivated by societal issues in his compositions.
By Sharon Zebra Feb. 13, 2024

The “death” of Zimdancehall riddims

It has been alleged that the producers would upload these riddims on their YouTube channels and other streaming platforms owning 100% of the production
By Godfrey “vokal” Bakasa Feb. 10, 2024

True music speaks for the oppressed

There are those, especially in the opposition, who have lost their lives, after being beaten up, had their homes razed or abducted, never to be seen or heard from again.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Jan. 9, 2024

Freeman released

Police said investigations into the matter are continuing.
By Evans Mathanda Jan. 2, 2024

Whose Zimdancehall is it anyway?

The debate is certainly important in that it has brought attention to Zimdancehall as a genre which for a while had been labelled as “dead” or dormant
By Tonderayi Chiyindiko Dec. 6, 2023

Soul Jah Love movie on the cards

Born Soul Muzavazi Musaka in 1989, Soul Jah Love died on February 16, 2021 and was interred at the Harare Provincial Heroes Acre.
By Style Reporter Dec. 4, 2023