Enzo back with another  controversial hit

EXCITING dancehall singer Enzo Ishall is back with another controversial song titled Mutasvi which is set to divide public opinion.

Mutasvi is a Shona word which means horse rider or jockey and in street lingo, big women are referred to as horses.

The chanter and his Chillspot Recordz handlers have since distanced themselves to the other controversial narrative, making it clear that it is pure musical.

“This song talks about any extra ordinary power that needs handling, with Enzo in this case being the handler and dancehall being the horse.”

The song was released on social media on Monday and has since started making rounds in music circles.
Enzo Ishall has become a fans’ favourite with catchy songs whose lyrics, have not escaped scrutiny.

He has come up with songs such as Chiita Kwacho, Kanjiva and Magate which have sent tongues wagging with people debating on the meaning of the lyrics.

Some have alleged that the songs are obscene but the narrative has not been successful as he hides behind humour and slang.
He was over the weekend at Watershed College with videos of his visit being shared online.

The college’s choir is also seen singing to his popular Kanjiva song showing his growing popularity.
His Magate song has sent women crazy. 

They have been sharing videos imitating the dances. 
He has been doing shows around the country with the song stealing the show.

He recently performed in Shamva and Chiredzi and videos of patrons dancing to the songs have had people talking.


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