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Artists Promise Show Stoppers


                 Column: Mid-Week Mic Check


By Ruvarashe Dhliwayo


As the year draws to an end, local music lovers are in for a music filled end as artists continue to drop new albums.


Latest offerings on the market include From Ashes by Zimdancehall artist Dobba Don, Mustard Seed by Nutty O and Kwale by Gemma Griffiths.



Several artists have indicated they were in the studio working on various projects and promising fans fireworks.


Gospel music lovers are in for a treat as Minister Michael Mahendere is expected to drop a single next week.



Posting on his Facebook page, Minister Mahendere said, “All is well, it is well and it shall be well with you.”


“As you repeat this expect it to happen for it shall be so.
” Zvaringana is out on the 1st of November 2021.
“Precursor to GPWP.”


Not to be left out are Zimdancehall fanatics as Energy Chizanga known in the music circles as Freeman is set to drop an album next week.



The Joina City hit maker who early this month released a single titled ‘Whats your name’, has promised fans a scorcher with his expected album titled ‘Robbery.’



The album which comes hot on the heels of his last offering Freeman and Friends which was released last year is expected to be released on November 4.



Luck seems to be on Zimdancehall fans’ side as the self-styled queen of Zimdancehall Sandra Gazi known as Lady Squanda is back in the studio working on
a project.



Posting on her Facebook page, Lady Squanda said, “Return yangu usadherere album ririkuuya nebvukweza #dangerous, usabate kune vanogona ndebele zvobva zvanzi kudii futi.”


Robert Tapfumaneyi