Articles tagged 'reggae'

Zim artiste ropes in Bob Marley's Tuff Gong 2 November 2018 HARARE - South Africa-based Zimbabwean artiste Don Dada's single titled ‘Jah Is Good” will be distributed by late Jamaican Superstar Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong, making him the first Zimbabwean to achieve such a feat. ‘Jah Is Good’ was produced by top Jamaican producer Leroy Scarlet and features th...
Turbulence relishes Zim return 13 April 2017 HARARE - Jamaican reggae and dancehall artiste Turbulence says he is privileged to join Zimbabwean music fans in celebrating yet another year of independence. The Real Warrior singer, whose maiden tour of the country was in 2013, is set to share the stage with compatriot Mega Banton and Episod...
Morgan Heritage in town! 7 October 2016 HARARE - Internationally-acclaimed Jamaican reggae family — Morgan Heritage — are in town and the 5 000-seater Harare International Conference Centre is ready to host the group tomorrow. The celebrated group is billed to perform in the capital for the first time and they will be sharing the st...
Reggae star Chris Martin to bring live band 12 April 2016 HARARE - Jamaican reggae musician Christopher Martin says he will bring a live band for his maiden Zimbabwean performance set for the Glamis Arena on April 29. Martin told Jamaica's On Stage TV that a live band was a necessity for his first tour of Zimbabwe. [GoogleAd] “I have been to Ug...
Jamaican star Munga hints at Zim concert 10 March 2016 HARARE - Jamaican reggae-dancehall artiste Munga Honourable looks set to hold his maiden concert in Zimbabwe soon. Munga, who is also known as The Gangsta Ras or Wanted Man, hinted at the gig on instagram. The artiste, however, did not reveal the date, venue and organiser of the purported conc...
Zim is home of reggae: Mr Mojo 19 November 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe will always be regarded as a premier destination for all leading reggae bands due to the country’s strong connection with Jamaica according to Mr Mojo of Morgan Heritage. Mr Mojo was in the country this week to organise the reggae band’s first ever concert here which will be ...
Morgan Heritage promises Zimbabweans fireworks 18 November 2015 HARARE - Zimbabweans should expect an electrifying performance from Morgan Heritage next month when they perform for the first time in Harare according to group member Mr Mojo. The Jamaican arrived in Harare on Sunday night and has been using his stay in the country to work with local promoter...
Mathias upbeat on reggae career 1 July 2015 HARARE - Multi-talented artist Julius Mathias is delighted with the way he has transformed from a top dancer with the internationally recognised Tumbuka Dance Company to reputable reggae musician. Mathias, who recently relocated from London to New York, recorded his debut album ‘Here I Come” n...
I'm coming to Zim: Busy Signal 19 March 2015 HARARE - Jamaican dancehall star Busy Signal says he will perform in Zimbabwe in the not so distant future. Signal, whose real name is Glendale Goshia Gordon, revealed this while speaking on Jamaican television show Onstage at the weekend. “I love Africa, Africa act like they own Busy signa...
Jamaican reggae star Christopher Martin heads to Zim 28 April 2014 HARARE - Jamaican reggae singer Christopher Martin is set to perform in Zimbabwe later in August this year. The Cheaters Prayer hit-maker revealed his Harare show during a recent interview on Winford Williams' popular Jamaican television show, Onstage. Martin has been in the news for all th...
Reggae, dancehall explode at Cresta 13 November 2013 HARARE - Zimbabwe's top dancehall and reggae artistes will clash in a high-profile concert set for Cresta Lodge gardens on Saturday. Dubbed Zimbabwe's Biggest Reggae/Dancehall Bands festival, the concert will feature Mic Inity, Sniper Storm, Guspy Warrior, King Shaddy, Freeman, Dhadza D, Manne...
Old reggae hits make comeback 17 October 2013 HARARE - The 70s, 80s and 90s Reggae Hits Show lived up to fans' expectation during its debut at Jameson Hotels' Beer Engine last Tuesday. Although the show did not attract a huge crowd, selector Tafadzwa “Ras Nhombos” Manhombo managed to keep the crowd on its feet as he churned out hits from ...
Nadine Brown storms the Zim reggae scene 9 September 2013 HARARE - Nadine Brown's music spews out a great deal of energy no wonder she is known as Lady Fire on the local reggae scene. After several years as a backing vocalist for several top Zimbabwean musicians like Mateo, Queen Mashie, Jah Prayzah and Mic Inity, the late Andy Brown's former wife is...
Mic Inity ups the ante 23 July 2013 HARARE - No local reggae artiste can rightly claim to be the king of Zimbabwean reggae more than 30-year old Mike 'Mic Inity' Madamombe. The former Transit Crew lead singer, who has three albums under his belt, has developed over time to become the country's top reggae performer. His regula...