Malawi dancehall artist who was recently featured on our Discover edition has dropped a fresh single titled Anali Abale.

According to the artist, the song talks about best friends who turn enemies after one becomes rich. “Its a song based on those relationships that change due to financial status of the other one.”

Stream and download the song below.

As the nation of Zimbabwe is heading towards the upcoming elections to be held on the 30th of July, Zimbabwean dancehall popular chanter Winky D has answered many people’s wishes to participate in the parliamentary elections in a song titled Parliament.

Its a call that started many years ago when the Gafa, as he is also known as, won consecutively the people’s choice awards on different ceremonies people urged him to contest as an independent candidate in the election that were held in 2013.

Its not a secret that when it comes to music Winky D is one of the top favorite stars in Zimbabwe. In the almost 3 minutes long song he mimics MDC Alliance slogan ‘Chamisa Chete Chete’ turning it into ‘Gafa Chete Chete’ to show that he is the only deserving choice.

He also seems to take a jab at the current government singing ‘kufa kwema yuts ndiko kufa kwenyika, pachagarwa nani ipapo kana madzika?’ // The death of the youths is the death of a nation, who will take over when you leave?

The song might not be an announcement to Winky’s MP candidacy, but however an artistic way to express his take on the upcoming Zimbabwean elections.

Stream and download the brand new mp3 track from Winky D titled Parliament below. 



The ever controversial Platinum Prince who has been relatively silent has dropped a new track, which seems like a follow up to Ndeipi President a song that led to speculations some time in 2015 that he had been abducted.

The song titled Ndeipi President Part 2 (Aenda Aenda) is another dedication, albeit this time a farewell to the out going President of Zimbabwe, HE RG Mugabe.

Read: Aenda Aenda Lyrics and Meaning

You can stream and download the new Platinum Prince single below:





After waiting for over a year now, the Zimdancehall fraternity has been officially blessed with two singles from the Ninja President, Winky D.

Madrinks Mucup, one of the tracks went viral a few months ago after Winky D performed the song to a live audience. Just like he did last year with 25, the hype for the song went up. Now you get to listen to the full party song.

The other single released by Di Bigman is a song titled Dzemudanga, while some are referring to it as ‘Padzinotungana.’ The song talks about a relationship between two friends and how they solve their disputes.

You can stream and download Madrinks Mucup and Dzemudanga below.

Another single:

In a post titled Gafa State of Nation Address Winky D promised to release another single next week featuring Beenie Man, “the King of the Dancehall will be releasing the much anticipated, rumor mongered, perceived, narrated without due evidence, collaboration with the great King of the Dancehall,the Doctor Beenie Man on the 6th of November, 2017.” He wrote on his Facebook page.

No Album this year!

Despite hopes from many of having an Xmas bonus in the form of an album from Winky D, the Ninja President in his statement promised to drop the album next year 1 February which will ‘coincide with his birthday.’



King Shaddy drops a new tune titled Kucheudza Pfungwa which cautions married couple from some mischievous acts from their other half. Mungwarire! Stream and download the song below.


Ukaone muparavara, wababa wakudikitira ziva kuti vabatwa

Kana vakukwenya kwenya ndebvu, face yavo yakozhomoka

Ukanzwa zvanzi sorry samaita, zvaitika izvi handichazviita

Ziva kuti amai vane zvavaita, ziva kuti amai vabatwa

Phone irikurira mumba munamai zvonzi makanika varikufona

Zvonzi nababa musadaire, chikwereti akasevisa gearbox

Mai vaenda kubucha nyanyanya, nguva yavatovara variko yanyanya

Nyama irimupoto haisi yedhora kasi nekukara baba vodya vakanyarara


Ana mhamha mungwarire manamba anosevwa akanzi makanika mumafoni

Ana baba mungwarire manamba anosevwa akanzi driver vejoni

Ndangoti mungwarire, mungwarire iyeiyeiye x2



Zimbabwe is packed with young talent that’s one thing for sure and Mark G is definitely not an exception. The young dancehall artist that hails from the southern part of Zimbabwe is a force to reckon with if his melodic tunes are anything to go by.

Mark G

The 18 year old singer, whose real name is Regis Takunda Mandangu was born and raised in Beitbridge. Mark G began his music career at the age of 10 following motivations from his brother Razorman who is now his manager. Razorman is also the person who inspired the name Mark G according to the singer.


He has collaborated with some of our own well known local acts like Dr Clarence, Bethany and Mac D.


Mark G confesses to be inspired by Patoranking and Buffalo Soulja from the African continent and Alkaline from Jamaica. Asked why these three he said its because they resemble his sound.

He also stated that he hopes to be signed under Jah Prayzah’s Millitary Touch Movement label.

Other Activities

Apart from being a solo artist Mark G is also a beat maker and a learning pianist thus he produces his own beats at home in Beitbridge, Zimbabwe. Currently Mark G is the head-boy at Vhembe High School in the boarder town where he is doing good in his academics.

Mark G was also featured in Masvingo’s Mirror newspaper where he officially announced that he was leaving Lady Squander‘s After 8 record label which he had signed at the age of 14.

Now To The Music…



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