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Zim hip-hop meets Zimdancehall as Stunner collaborate Ninja Kabhidha




Zim hip-hop meets Zimdancehall as Stunner collaborate Ninja Kabhidha. The song has an accompanying video. In an interview, Ninja Kabhidha said the song urges people to stop social evils in the high-density suburbs (ghettos). Zim dancehall chanter Ronald “Ninja Kabhidha” Salirana has engaged the services of outspoken rapper Stunner in a new song titled Jah Bless.

“The song encourages people to shun away from social evils like dishonest, drugs and prostitution among other things. “Marriages arikupera nekuda kwemanyepo, so we are inviting Jah Jah to intervene. “The song has an accompanying video,” he said.

He added: “I have engaged the services of Stunner so that we tell ghetto yutes to behave. “We need to unite and avoid gossips in our genres. “We also need to use social media for the benefit of our development.

“It’s not supposed to be used to spread falsehood but we need to use it as a source of communication.” The Chitungwiza bred chanter who developed through the ranks of Vigilance Family (Winky D) also told this publication that he is putting final touches on his new album due for release in July.

“Apart from working on a new album, I am also featuring on the riddims which are being produced at different recording stables. “My aim is to keep all music lovers on their toes throughout the year and I am very eager to work. “On another note, people should exercise caution, coronavirus is real.”

Source – H-Metro

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