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Last year the game was hit by news so devastating swallowing the bitter pill is still unfathomable at this point.A trailblazer,hard working young man whose exceptional rapping and production skills had placed him on ZimHipHop's Mount Everest was snatched from us in an unfortunate hit and run.The outpouring of grief and the multitudes who came to mourn Cal Vin once again brought into focus the discussion about celebrating our icons while they are alive and giving them their roses while they can smell them.

See three years prior Dat Luveve boy had penned a joint titled Thabani airing out his frustration at being overlooked and his talent undercompensated.He said he felt like Lovemore Majaivana when he hung his boots because his city wasn't showing him love even interpolating Majee's Thabani.Thoughts of leaving social media,relocating to a land faraway are addressed and in the aftermath of his untimely passing the song as beautiful as it is is a hard listen.This was a vocal athlete perfoming rap at the highest level contemplating giving it all up for lack of support the very same support that showed up to make his funeral an oversubscribed street celebration.Rest In Power King Cal

The voice of ghetto intelligence,Bars Ali aka Boss Gze has a new single and video out and he decided to take us to Church.His signature booming voice takes a soulful Afrow Zenda production on a musical date and the resultant sermon is heart wrenching.Various scenes of personal difficulties,abuse,being arm twisted to trade your morals for cash unfold on the screen as Gze spits about how in this life everyone is carrying their cross climbing steepy hills with no breakthrough in site.In the end he implores the heavens for a Simon Of Cyrene to relieve his flock from this heavy burden even for a few seconds.

Music and love are twins commanding such a huge following and a multitude of followers minus the happiness and soft life they promise.Ever fell in love with a pretty lass or charming lad,gave them your all and they repaid you in chest pains and hurt? Thats the messaging behind our video of the day as explained by Karizma.The game is for strong souls because you might dedicate your life and give it your all trying to get to the top but if your strength fails you you will forever consider it rigged and heartless

Maaaaan what a time to be alive.Artists and Corporates are cross collaborating across platforms and the results are getting better with each day.Take for example the new show by Big Bass Entertainment titled Switch Up which sees artists perform a song then switch up to the next joint in record time.

They are two episodes in and for their latest episode they tapped in Tyler Govinder aka Tyler King.Tyler a Member of The Higher Culture Mob (arguably one of the hardest Colored crews in the history of Zimbabwean rap) comes through serving dope raps on a trappy as fudge wave.I personally love The Mobb but i gotta admit solo tapes from all parties and collaborative slaps from all parties would be equally good for me