May 2018
Ya'll remember when Stunner dropped Team Hombe with production from Dr Clarence and a stellar chorus from Toby many moons ago? The kicks, snares and high hats signaled a shift in the sonical direction of Stunner in particular and Zim HipHop in general. Stunner decided to indulge us with a remix featuring some of the greatest talents from the Zimdancehall and ZimHipHop fraternities respectively.

 CalVin gets to carry Matebeleland on his back while Jnr Brown, Noble Stylz, Gze, Stunner give stellar verses. Freeman doesn't falter on the chorus and Andy Muridzo's rendition is hella lit, Soulja Luv lays one of his dissapointing Freestyle verses while Seh Calaz shines, Ninja Lipsy trades her dancehall roots to spit a fire rap verse
When you come from the bottom every small step up the ladder of success is a win even though to a comfy spectator it might not be much.That in essence is what Papa's latest song is about. 

With breezy, feel good production from Young Gamez Entertainment honcho Quazor Zero Kuhwina sees Noble use wit and clever  punchlines to celebrate even the smallest of victories because we started with nothing and elevation is a must.
Dat Luveve Boy Cal Vin is getting ready for his 3rd Made In Bulawayo concert in as many years.To raise awareness about the event and show love to the city that made him he decided to drop a smooth jazzy love letter to Lady Bulawayo and it features his protege GTi alongside legendary poet/muso Albert Nyathi with production by Sotsha Fire. 

Cal Vin handles the chorus and a verse using the loxion jazzy crooning template he used on his Uthando EP while young GTi effortlessly drops a fire Ndebele rap verse with cultural custodian Albert Nyathi wrapping up the song using spoken word.