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Who won what at the 2017 @ZimHipHopAwards

December 11, 2017
The 2017 ZimHipHop Awards were held in BULAWAYO at the Academy of music on the 9th of December.The awards showcase which seeks to honour movers and shakers in the genre was hosted by CalVin and Asaph with rappers and fans from all over the country converging in the city of Kings to see if their favorites would emerge winners at the end of the night.As is the norm with award ceremonies the final list of winners has created debate online with people voicing their opinion as to who should have and who shouldn't​ have won an award.Check out the full list and tell us what y'all think.

Best male – Stunner
Best female – Kikky Badass
Best newcomer – Tulk Munny
Best song – Tehn, No Stress
Best group – Few Kings
Best producer – Take Fizzo
Best online media – Keep It Real Fridays
Best radio DJ – Lady K and PD The Ghost for the The Fixx on ZiFM Stereo
Best album – Noble Stylz, Better Than Your Album
Best promoter – Jackson Zimboy
Best Gospel – Mudiwa Hood
Best hustle – Mudiwa Hood
Best video – Mudiwa Hood -slayin
Best underground – Indigo Saint
Best diaspora – Hilzy
Best verse – Guluva Se7en, ngena ka1
Best dance crew – Super Geeks
Best collaboration – Myke Pimp – get mine ft Jnr Brown and Trk
Best alternative – Simba Tagz
Best local family supporting Zim hip hop – Team Big Family
Best TV Media – Hip Hop 263 by Naboth Rizla
Best journalist – Bongani Ndlovu

About @tamymusiczw 's impressive visuals for #Beautiful feat @takuralife and @DonDobba

December 04, 2017
The video for Tamy's catchy tune celebrating self love are finally here and boy are they beautiful.Word on the street is the video was initially supposed to be directed by a certain videographer who didn't come through for the job so the the job fell into the capable hands of Andy Cutta.The up tempo pop song preaches loving oneself despite one's race,creed and customs since beauty comes in many shapes & forms.The video follows this vein with a mix of different cultures/races all celebrating diversity and Dobba Don's dancehall verse alongside Takura's trappy verse only serve to drive this point home.

@TheBoyAsaph drops #Body video featuring @MzoeSeven

December 02, 2017
Bulawayo emcee Asaph recently dropped his fourth full length project Twenty Five and he has followed that up by releasing  the first video off that project.The dancehallsque body features Mzoe Seven and the visuals were directed by Fusion Media Group.This is set to be one of many videos from 25 if his Twitter is to be believed.The Burg Boy is also set to work with Kid X after reaching out to the South African rapper on Twitter and getting a favourable response.

#FlashBackFriday Is Soko Matemai Sharky's magnum opus?

December 01, 2017
Local HipHop fanatics prolly know Sharky as the boy who reps the monkey totem and if there is one track that cemented his love for his totem it's probably Soko Matemai. Way before his award winning debut and his profound sophomore album Sharky was putting in work at G-Records and his partnership with Gwagz gave us one of  if not the dopest songs of both their careers.While the beat was very Hip Hopy the actual content of this song was rooted deep in Africa's belief that our ancestors and totems have a part to play in our self development.As such it serves as a prayer of sorts to the powers that be by a young man at the cross roads looking to conquer life so he can make a long line of Soko Matemai's who came before him proud.

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