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Things you didn’t know about Enzo Ishall

As our favorite and most popular Zim dancehall musician Enzo Ishall celebrates his birthday, we thought its best if we take a look back at who really is Enzo Ishall.

Stephen Kudzanai Mamhare known professionally as Enzo Ishall is a Zimbabwean Dancehall singer, songwriter, and recording artist known for his hit songs “Kanjiva”,” smart rinotangira Kutsoka” and “Handirare Kuden Kwenyu Futi.”

Enzo Ishall

Enzo Ishall’s whirlwind success in the Zimbabwean music scene has surprised many. He attained massive recognition following the release of the song “Kanjiva”. It went viral due to the dance routines portrayed in its music video. He went on to win the Award for “Best Video” at the 2018 Coca-Cola Top 50 Awards. He has also snagged several other awards and amassed a massive fanbase in the country and beyond.

Enzo Ishall was born on the 23rd day of April, 1994. Enzo Ishall did his Ordinary Level at Churchill Boys High, and his Advanced Level at Phoenix College where he attained 7 points.

Enzo Ishall

Stephen Kudzanai Mamhare aka Enzo Ishall was born in Mabvuku at Mabvuku Maternity Clinic. He discovered Dancehall music at the young age of 6, and began writing songs while in Primary school. In an effort to overcome hardship as a youth, he knew music would be his only way out.

After graduation, he met up with Fantan and Levels, owners of Chill Spot Records, the label he signed to. He recorded his first song at the age of 15. His debut single “Chiita Kwacho” was released in 2018, and it gained him some good attention. He gained widespread attention with the release of “Kanjiva”, which won many awards, and made him a household name in the Dancehall scene.

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