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On his last record which came with a video The Dot was plotting a heist in Vhumba Valley with some pretty chicitas.His latest release is a different ballgame as the Bulawayo emcee decides to tackle real life issues facing this country we call home.

The song which was produced by Rayo Beats and is aptly titled Power looks at the various manifestations of humanity's fixation....power.The Dot acknowledges that the actual source of anyone's power is the general populace while pointing out how those whom we elect into power abuse the trust we place in them to in turn abuse us.



The Dot goes on to mourn the death of freedom of speech while musing about how the young ones have no say in how their future will look like.The disparity between rich and poor gets a mention as does the lies politicians tell to get into office before engaging the middle finger to answer any questions citizens with legitimate concerns might have.
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Zimbabwean's very own Hillzy was one of the 100 artists handpicked by Mr Eazy and Empawa Africa from amongst thousands others for a programme that would ultimately see 100 upcoming acts get funding to shoot a video of their choice.After a relatively short wait Hillzy's video is here and he went with the Beatsmith produced You Are Enough.

The catchy song's message is really  pertinent seeing as we are celebrating Women's month.You Are Enough is a timely reminder to all the women who have been wronged in the past that being ill treated by one man/experience does not diminish their worth.As Hillzy says "Its a bad day not a bad life" and as such the female voice matters plus the future is actually brighter despite the setbacks of the past.In the same vein females should learn from the past and not give second chances to those who toy with their emotions nomatter how sincere their apologies may seem.

The video itself features women from diverse backgrounds and ethnicities a nod perhaps to the universality of problems faced by the girl child and her ultimate resurgence and proud ownership of her 'Girl Power' badge.Hillzy suits up and mans a call centre connected to the  world's major cities as he spreads his gospel of female worth.



On the 2nd of March Nizzy Raps celebrated his birthday in style by gifting the game a 6 track EP titled Nyamasvisva named after his totem.On that EP is a song called Money Game featuring dancehall chanter Jay C with production by Trinnie Beatz which recently got a video courtesy of Studio Art Pictures.

Money Game does not stray away from its title thematically detailing how man's inherent need to swim in paper can only be satisfied by chasing that same paper at every turn.For the video Jay C and Nizzy take fly cars and pretty chicks to the hood with ferocious dogs and the squad also making appearances

Nizzy says the money game video is just the opening chapter of his 2019.He plans to shoot visuals for every other song on the EP while getting his music to as many ears and eyes as possible.



This Friday Skyz Metro FM welcomes Asaph to its family of presenters as host of Good Time Fridays.Asaph takes over from Mjox who has been reasigned to host the Vuka Vuka breakfast show at the Bulawayo radio station.


Good Time Fridays airs between 10 PM and 12 midnight.Asaph says the show is all about spreading good vibes all over the city so the playlist is gonna be filled with feel good bops from various genres.The show's timing just before the weekend means its the perfect introduction to the weekend so a lot of club bangers will be played to get people into turnup mode wherever they are.


Being an artist himself Asaph understands the struggle to 'get on' so he will shine a light on Bulawayo's talent by profiling Djs and upcoming artists during the show.When asked how his new gig will affect his music career Asaph pointed out that the radio show need not affect his career negatively seeing as its a music show and his brand is music.A buoyant Mr Good Times said he was confident people will rock with his show and fall in love with what he plans to do with it.

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