Shinsoman Sets Up Recording Studio In Fio


By Ruvarashe Dhliwayo



Popular Zimdancehall artist Tinashe Anthony popularly known as Shinsoman who rose to fame in 2013 with his hit song Mawaya waya has set up a recording studio in one of Harare’s oldest suburbs, Highfield.


Shinsoman posted the development on his Facebook page.


“2022 we are moving from grace to greater grace,” he posted.
“Titori pabasa kutaura kuno, #GeniusRecords now open and running 24/7 365.
“113 Engineering Highfield.”



The news was welcomed by his fans who wished him well in his new project.


David Junior Meque posted, “Very impressive Dancehall Father.”


Chipo Jonhera wrote, “Keep up the good work.”


Shorai Mutisi wrote, “Way to go Shinso, go ahead and promote local talent.”


Shinsoman had made a positive mark on the local music scene since his entry.


He came onto the scene when he featured on Sanii Makhalima’s smash hit Zvachose.


The collaboration gave Shimsoman the much-needed exposure that many people began to notice.


He had started singing in 2009 but his music had not seen the light on radio stations.


The dancehall sensation went on to be signed by Heshi Mufeshi Records. Under the label, Shinsoman released hits singles Mawaya Waya and Bata Panorwadza.


His unique husky voice made him a force to reckon with in the tightly contested Zim dancehall genre.


Shinsoman broke new ground by becoming one of the few dancehall chanters to sing alongside a live band.



He unveiled his band in March 2014.

Robert Tapfumaneyi