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Winky D up for another international award

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Winky D up for another international award. Zimdancehall chanter, Winky D born Wallace Chirimuko has been nominated for Africa’s 2021 Accountability Music Awards which celebrates artists who speak against corruption through music.

Zimbabweans let’s all vote for Winkyddibigman ‘s Njema as it was nominated for Accountability Music Awards which are run by top African NGOs which are ONE, Accountability Lab, and The Africa Union.

In the nominees’ list released recently Winky D’s track ‘Njema’ was nominated alongside Nigeria’s Femi Kuti ‘pa pa pa’, Kenya’s King Kaka ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’, Tanzanian Ney Wa Mitego ‘Raisi Wa Kitaa’ and Nigerian Angelique Kidgo and Yemi Alade ‘Dignity’.

The final nominees’ list was picked from over 200 nominations submitted across the African continent.

The awards ceremony is organised by ONE, Accountability labs, and Trace Africa.

The official winner of the prestigious award will be announced on December 9 as the world commemorates International Anti-Corruption Day.

Winky D’s 2019 song, Njema, a title that translates to handcuffs, reflects the frustrations of young Africans, spread messages of inspiration and calls for change.

Accountability Music Award organisers said Njema “talks about how the citizens of Zimbabwe have been handcuffed by corruption, encourages people to free themselves from scenarios that will delay progress.”

Voting is now open on www.accountabilitymusicawards.org and closes on November 30.

The Accountability Music Awards are designed to recognise African musicians and artists fighting corruption using music to spotlight the negative impacts that corruption and a lack of transparent and accountable government institutions have on countries.

In 2019, Nigerian musician, Cill born Chioma Ogbonna won the Accountability Awards for her song “All You’ve Got” which urged citizens to take an active role in pushing for social and political reforms.

The Accountability Music Awards celebrate musicians who are using their music to support transparency and accountability in Africa.

We all love great songs, but what’s better than listening to great music whilst knowing you are supporting artists who are changing their countries for the better?

Source – Zimcelebs

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