Zim artistes break into 'Trace Africa Top 30'

HARARE - Local artistes Queen Vee, Tocky Vibes and Jah Prayzah have made inroads into the Trace Africa Top 30 chart.

The top-placed Zimbabwean video this past weekend was Queen Vee’s collaboration with Soul Jah Love called Mari Mari which was on number 14. Jah Prayzah’s duet with Tanzanian star Diamond Platinumz-Watora Mari was placed on number 22 while Tocky Vibes’ Twushiri was number 26.

Trace Africa’s number 1 hit was South African songstress Bongekile “Babes Wodumo” Simelane’s Wololo which features Big Nuz’s Mampintsha while Patoranking’s duet with Ghanaian rap star Sarkodie — No Kissing — was number two. Diamond Platnumz and Nigeria’s P-Square’s Kidogo was Trace Africa’s Top 30’s number three video.

Apart from Queen Vee, Tocky Vibes and Jah Prayzah, Trace Africa, which was launched on DStv on September 1, has also played Tytan and Ammara Brown’s duet Mukoko.

The channel was created to feature music videos of the best contemporary African music hits, exclusive specials and documentaries. Top shows on the music channel include African Hit 10, a daily countdown of the best hits from Africa, New which showcases the latest releases and freshest tunes and Guest Star, which puts the spotlight on the hottest African stars.

Comments (1)

While its a milestone achievement to be played on Trace Africa, I think Zimbabwe is still a long way to go. Aim Trace urban and MTV and Channel O, Trace Africa is not that prestigious guys. let work harder and feature on BET.

NICK MINAJ - 28 September 2016

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