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Allanah and Kikky Badass impress

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Allanah and Kikky Badass impress. Dancehall and reggae artiste Allanah has released an impressive joint with the Zim’s hip hop bad girl Kikky Badass titled Collabo.

The single Collabo is a dancehall song that celebrates a union of two genres in the music industry that include Zim hip hop and Zim dancehall. It’s also more than just the union of genres as it mentions two classes of people coming together to celebrate life.

The song has been well received by music fans, and Allanah said she is elated to find out that most people are enjoying the song. “It’s great to notice that people have shown love for work.Allanah

“At the moment there is no negative feedback from the fans about this song, which is a great sign that the effort and hard work is being recognised. “I am overwhelmed with the positive response,” said Allanah.

Allanah’s penetration into the music industry started with cover songs. Her most popular cover song is Mebho which was originally done by Obert Chari.

She then did a song titled Mboko Last dedicated to her abusive ex and it caught attention of some music lovers in the showbiz.

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Her major breakthrough was during the lockdown when she did the collaboration with Poptain on the song Fadza Mutengi. The song has become popular, and one of the favourite tracks for many at the moment. Allanah Records with Raw Musik Records.

Source – H-Metro

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