Zim Hip Hop Blog Dudehttp://www.blackvibes.com/mcpotar/I'm a rising infopreneur, a Dental Therapist and artist in various ways. I'd like to think of myself as a good idea. Mcpotar means two things: 1. Making Creative Philosophy Of Truth And Reason 2. Mainly Creating Positive Opportunities Time And Resources If you look closely at both those names; you will realize I am either doing one or both.en-usmcpotar600@gmail.comhttp://www.mcpotar.commcpotarsirmcpotarrapoemsmcpotarmcpotarUUeiB2nvyxHrYsMYS5rHyx-Q0mm150265ca-app-pub-5614911574263464/3568931435http://www.blackvibes.com/images/bvc/110/22274-photos-tab-header-mcp.jpghttp://www.blackvibes.com/images/bvc/110/22275-videos-tab-header-mcp.jpg515568880mcpotarhttp://www.blackvibes.com/mcpotar/http://www.blackvibes.com/images/users/17993-mcpotar.jpgFree Hiphop Album - While You Were Sleepinghttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-free-music-hiphop-album-download-african-rap-60732/features/blogs/mcpotar-free-music-hiphop-album-download-african-rap-60732/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-free-music-hiphop-album-download-african-rap-60732/#commentsFri, 20 Feb 2015 03:57 GMTThe Bulawayo based hip-hop trio known as the Art Department has dropped a bomb on Zim Hip-hop again and this time it's in the form of an album titled While You Were Sleeping. The concept clearly indicates that they were putting in work while their ccompetition was asleep and this is from a broad perspective. The meaning is beyond just the music. Download it below <a href="javascript:launchURL('http://bit.ly/artdept')"> DOWNLOAD via Mediafire For Free </a> They have been awake even in scoring deals and other personal projects. Navy Seal joined Tone Lakeside and Robbie ill-sicker though the project had begun as Navy Seal and the art department. They worked with Alaina in August of 2014 to produce ride with us which had a low budget video shot by Ernest Mackina and Irvene Chimanga (Boss Boi Designs). The video brought them to audiences they didn't otherwise have and was distributed across mobile phones via whatsapp messenger. The song is also still in rotation across radio station. Bang was the next record to hit radio after Ride With Us. I personally like Ride With Us more but bang did capture its own crowd and further proved the versatility of the Zim "gangsta" rappers. The three have managed to be convincing though some sections of Hip-hop believe it's make belief. They say they do this for the love and Bulawayo is indeed infested with a high number of muggings and criminal incidents. Rappers around them like Black Butterfly are doing time for murder and the struggle is real in Northend. Their lyrics however do not glorify murder, rape and struggle but it is indicated. They also celebrate the success of rising above those obstacles. Like when Navy Seal talks about his family problems and his mother's illness in "Dreams of A Man". Those are actual events happening in real time and the album manages to capture those real moments in a way that relates to most peoples struggle with life. So that when you get to the braggadocio parts of each song you appreciate that it is a celebration of overcoming all those things a young black Zimbabwean from a middle class suburb faces in life. So while you were sleeping they were plotting to take over and this album is the musical representation of what they are expressing in other ways in the real world. It is also an anthology that stands for everyone who dedicates hours at night to be amazing.40674free music, hiphop album download, african rap,Mcpotar Releases Hip-hop EP - (Free Download)http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-free-mixtape/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-free-mixtape/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-free-mixtape/#commentsThu, 24 Jul 2014 17:16 GMTI have just released a small volume of hip-hop songs. And you can download them all if you click the button below. <a href="javascript:launchURL('http://www.mediafire.com/download/xbe78m354zb88f3/The+Mcpotar+EP.zip')"><div class="content-image" id="divBlogPage_Image1"><img id="bvimg1" src="http://www.mcpotar.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/dl-now.png" title="" /></div> </a>35594hip-hop, free, mixtape, album, musicHip-hop Party Mix- Mcpotar - Drop Some More- Stream It Herehttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-mix-party/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-mix-party/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-mix-party/#commentsThu, 22 May 2014 10:48 GMTSo my first single off my upcoming EP is out and it's a hip-hop party type of mix called Drop Some More. While I wait for other reveiwers to talk about it I have decided to give you lyrics to it and a free download. Also I am appealing to the general Hip-hop fans to vote for the song on the School Of Hip-hop page even before it has been played by Typing "Mcpotar - Drop Some More (Prod. by Krimmz) on their wall or as comments. - Please access their facebook page in another Tab from this link. Just sent my song to them, hope they see it. Now depending which platform you would like to get the song from. You can choose your preferred download link. or stream it here. Soundcloud Link: - Please Click here To Get It Form Soundcloud <center><b><a href="javascript:launchURL('https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/150600282')"><img src="http://w.soundcloud.com/icon/assets/images/orange_white_64-94fc761.png" width="64" height="64" border="0" /></a> <a href="javascript:launchURL('https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/150600282')">Listen on SoundCloud</a></b></center> 33766hip-hop, mix, party, club-bangerblogs/5-2014/33766-hiphop-mix-party-s.jpgCheck Out : Ill Manners Hip-hop Freestyle At Family Biznesshttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-freestyle-hiphop-battle/features/blogs/mcpotar-freestyle-hiphop-battle/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-freestyle-hiphop-battle/#commentsMon, 12 May 2014 17:09 GMTPlease check out the video below. <center><a href="javascript:launchURL('http://youtube.com/watch?v=8s0rI3WnGFE')"><img src="http://i.ytimg.com/vi/8s0rI3WnGFE/default.jpg" border="0" /> Watch Video on YouTube</a></center>33414freestyle, hip-hop, battleMeet Indie Music Artist Yolanda Candice- Pop Artist/Singerhttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-rnb-hiphop-music/features/blogs/mcpotar-rnb-hiphop-music/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-rnb-hiphop-music/#commentsWed, 16 Apr 2014 09:20 GMT<b>What is your name, gender age and where are you from.</b> My name is Yolanda Candice Nozizwe Shereni....(mouthful,I know)....Im a 24year old young lady born and raised in Norton,Zimbabwe....Im currently now staying in Harare...I use Yolanda Candice as my stage-name. <b>When did you start listening to pop music.</b> I pretty much grew up listening to it for as long as I can remember considering I was born in the era it was beginning to evolve. I wouldn't necessarily say it was just rap music I listened to, even the original tracks that were sampled for rap music e.g. Mtume's "Juicy fruit".... <b>What is the name of your project.</b> I have a self-titled EP "Yolanda Candice" which has 4tracks.....the tracks as well as other singles I have done are available on Soundcloud <a href="javascript:launchURL('http://blackvibes.comwww.soundcloud.com/yolanda-candice')"> Get Here Now</a> <center><b><a href="javascript:launchURL('https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/142475189')"><img src="http://w.soundcloud.com/icon/assets/images/orange_white_64-94fc761.png" width="64" height="64" border="0" /></a> <a href="javascript:launchURL('https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/142475189')">Listen on SoundCloud</a></b></center> <b>What is the underlying concept or theme of the songs? Or what inspired them </b> My songs are pretty much centered around life as we experience it.....the highs, the lows and the average experiences....all held together by love, not just love for another human being but even a love for an object or experience ...the common denominator or theme is definitely love.... <b>Please go ahead and follow Yolanda on Twitter <a href="javascript:launchURL('http://twitter.com/yolz_truly')"> @yolz_truly </a>, expect a follow back within 48 hours</b> 32566RnB, Hip-hop, music, popblogs/4-2014/32566-rnb-hiphop-music-s.jpgFighting Demons- NEW Videohttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-video-poetry-hiphop/features/blogs/mcpotar-video-poetry-hiphop/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-video-poetry-hiphop/#commentsSun, 6 Apr 2014 18:13 GMTCheck this video out or follow the link <a href="javascript:launchURL('http://youtu.be/-OKZrBpUyeQ')"> Via This Link </a> <center><a href="javascript:launchURL('http://youtube.com/watch?v=-OKZrBpUyeQ')"><img src="http://i.ytimg.com/vi/-OKZrBpUyeQ/default.jpg" border="0" /> Watch Video on YouTube</a></center> This is a love poem about an experience the author had with a certain love of his life at one point in time. It is written in rhyming verses. The main objective was never lovers being at war, In fact you're still the witty pretty girl I saw, But I treated you like dirt when you loved me more, Then I tried to be nice when you loved no more, You told me you can never trust but I do understand, For the death of our love I see blood on my hands, Hurt spread inside her body like bacterial strands, It was kind of too late to be making amends, She says she won't talk to me because I made her cry, Maybe she'll listen to my songs soon after I die, Then she'll know as I lived I repented and tried, I knelt on the gravel and looked to the sky, She never believed me, I understand why, The love I expressed to her at first was a lie, Now I bet she can't seem to trust other guys, I pray she forgives me, consistently rise, I bleed deep inside with no tears in my eyes, If we never talk on Earth but see Paradise, I'll be glad to meet you and it won't happen twice, What I did in the beginning was not really nice, Now I understand the meaning of a true sacrifice, The importance of love, now I do realize, That this life is a journey if we ever arrive, Put aside all the torture that I gave you alive. by Mcpotar32220video, poetry, hip-hop, african, love, romanceblogs/4-2014/32220-video-poetry-hiphop-s.jpgKidd Active's Birthday Album Launch Is Banginghttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-kidd-active-hiphop/features/blogs/mcpotar-kidd-active-hiphop/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-kidd-active-hiphop/#commentsSat, 29 Mar 2014 16:32 GMTReporting directly from the Basement in Harare and I can confirm that G Records artist Kidd Active has successfully dropped a bomb called Tamba. Kidd Active is a dope performer and artist. What he has here is a banger I tell you. Big shots doing it big. The gig has been amazing, with various G Records affilliated artists rocking the stage. Krimz as DJ and Mariachi as the MC and (emcee). Meyniak, Maz, Sharky and Savage murdered the stage but I can say Myke Pimps ndakabatwa was amazing. It became an anthem and got an encore. They got a lot of support from Zimhiphop. I loved the show. Full write up Monday on my site.32020Kidd, Active, HiphopThe Source Code To Happyness & Successhttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-god-religion-inspiration/features/blogs/mcpotar-god-religion-inspiration/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-god-religion-inspiration/#commentsFri, 28 Mar 2014 04:32 GMTOver the past century we have.learnt that human beings have the ability to do anything they want to if they focus mental energy upon it. Thoughts are indeed prayers that get manifested in reality over time. They are like the source code to the program of life. What you think about has the ability to manifest each tome you execute that thought. To be happy and successful therefore we always want put the success source code that guarantees that and the best source code ever written lies in Jesus Christ; The Bible. Go out and get a Bible today, read it and pray for guidance. Seek God's Kingdom first and all else shall follow.31987God, Religion, Inspiration, Happiness, Success, MotivationFree Audio Download Of Spoken Word Poem- Fighting Demons by Mcpotarhttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-african-hiphop-music/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-african-hiphop-music/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-african-hiphop-music/#commentsThu, 27 Mar 2014 17:08 GMTThe Spoken Word Poem - Fighting Demons by Mcpotar is now available for free download on Soundcloud. Download and Share. <a href="javascript:launchURL('http://soundcloud.com/mcpotar/spoken-word-poem-fighting')"> Get it here if you can't see anything below. </a> <center><b><a href="javascript:launchURL('https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/141699882')"><img src="http://w.soundcloud.com/icon/assets/images/orange_white_64-94fc761.png" width="64" height="64" border="0" /></a> <a href="javascript:launchURL('https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/141699882')">Listen on SoundCloud</a></b></center> 31968hip-hop, african hip-hop, music, new music, stream and downloadNew Young African Hip-hop Artist - The Slayerhttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-african-hiphop-music/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-african-hiphop-music/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-african-hiphop-music/#commentsSun, 23 Mar 2014 17:58 GMTThe Slayer is an African based independent hip-hop artist who started rapping at 14. He grew up in Zimbabwe and was inspired by local group, Major Players and internationally by gangsta rap artist 50 Cent. He has done one mixtape called Genesis Vol.1 whose tracks are available on a soundcloud account <a href="javascript:launchURL('http://www.hulkshare.com/greengang/-thecrowneprince-thaslayer-till-i-make-it')"> click here to get the music.</a> The Slayer is an indendent artist who works with his colleague Raheem King Tonhodzai. Both artists are now South Africa based because of work commitments. They push their music on their own through social media and independent artist blogs. They also burn and print a few CD's to carry around and sell the traditional way as they say it is a strategy that works in South Africa. The Slayer revealed that Raheem supported him with morale and financially through-out what he calls The Green Gang Project. He has also worked with The Crowne Prince and Kid, who happen to be his personal friends. "I just think my music is for the people in the streets hustling and trying to make a living and am a lil bit trying also to make my music reach the whole Africa ,that's my target, " he said, when we asked him about his target market. This in my opinion will require a lot of hard work, both on the music production side and knowledge of industry. So I challenge The Slayer to keep pushing and be part of all forms of workshops in his area that better his craft and his management skills. While he's at it, do take time to visit Green gang Project hulkshare and download their music. If you like what you hear, like and re-share. Comment on the music on the site itself. 31817hip-hop, african hip-hop, music, new music, stream and downloadblogs/3-2014/31817-hiphop-african-hiphop-s.jpgOne of Africa's Best Spoken Word Poet - Madzitatiguru (Zimbabwe)http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-spoken-word-poetry/features/blogs/mcpotar-spoken-word-poetry/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-spoken-word-poetry/#commentsFri, 21 Mar 2014 15:37 GMTEvery Monday I am sure to get a long read on Facebook of a long insightful but hilarious status by Tendekai "Madzitatiguru" Tati. He talks of current events especially in the arts industry in a provocative and humourous manner. He calls this the hang man's Noose and no one is immune to his scrutiny. Tendekai Tati is a spoken word artist popularly known for double meaning poetry which seems to address small issues while addressing big issues. His poem Mapete for example seemed to be talking about cockroaches but in the end it made an analogy with cockroaches and corrupt individuals. He also has done a popular poem about ZESA before. He is good at his craft and seems to be interested in sharing the stage with stand up comedians nowadays. Last year he dropped an E.P called T.S.I.N.E (The Struggle Is Necessary) which some bloggers have said to be slept on. It was dropped sometime during the festive season and was a home recording. Overall mastering was not Take Fizzo standard but it is audible and funny. It also showed that he could be write a goal and accomplish it. The Hang Man's Noose is on its 6th episode and he will definitely never run out of anything to write on it. I did not talk to him prior to this write up so I have no idea what he plans to do with it, but in my opinion, he deserves an elevation of visibility right now. He gives alternative opinions in hip-hop and spoken word. He addresses key social issues that affect the average Tendai. If you'd like to get his T.S.I.N.E EP which is in Shona <a href="javascript:launchURL('http://www.reverbnation.com/madzitatiguru')">download it here </a> and pass it on. Attend his shows. 31784Spoken Word, PoetryUse Hashtags To Gain Presence On Facebook and Twitterhttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-social-media-twitter-networking/features/blogs/mcpotar-social-media-twitter-networking/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-social-media-twitter-networking/#commentsFri, 21 Mar 2014 15:34 GMT<b>ood Use Of Hashtags To Gain Visibility On Facebook and Twitter</b> Nowadays everybody is trying to push a hashtag hoping it gets a following and trends in his circle, however the problem is many are doing it all wrong. The tags are not consistent, today he is using #IiloveHiphop tomorrow the same status updates come under #iReallyLoveHiphop. There is no continuity of the previous tag and tags change too fast. It got me wondering if most people know the true power of hashtags even in finding a fanbase. Definitel @Dzikamazing and @anonzixndr among others in Zim Hip-hop get the concept. There is a group of people that still do not get it. Hashtags now work on multiple social networks including facebook but were initially a twitter thing. Hashtags allow one to categorize a certain type of status update so that when they are clicked they show all other statuses ever written under that tag. Meaning, if you are a follower of statuses under #TheEmccePortal you have an opportunity to find or click that tag to see all the related topics ever written under it. That way you can target those who use it perhaps and take part in their discussion so that at the end of the day you benefit from whatever it is that tag represents. When picking a tag, do not make it too long and hard to remember, it should be simple, relatable or self explanatory.You should also not misuse it on an unrelated subject. If you happen to talk about multiple subjects daily, have one hashtag for each of them. I have also used common hashtags to network with other artist's abroad e.g by typing into twitter #hiphop #Ghana I found Ghanaian independent artists and inherited their friends through interaction. It is simply that easy. Do not get shocked when a clever artist tells you he has a fan base as far as Australia or places he hasn't been. Simply type in something likely to be used by people you're looking for, follow each other, retweets each other, don't be quick to jump into collabos. Social networks are just like real life. I have never met Take fizzo but in real life I don't meet him today and ask him for a free beat by tomorrow. (It's amazing how many people think it's an exception on Facebook) The problem we have now is Mcpotar wants to release a song called Takakora, so he creates the #takakora hashtag. All week he says things that have nothing to do with the album and places that tag. Sometimes the things have nothing to do with hip-hop at all. "Did you hear about the floods in Masvingo. #Takakora" I think at this point the object of the tag becomes confusing. The song has a theme , concept or subject and I think it would be better for him to tweet matters surrounding those themes and place that tag. It's just strange when the hashtag now replaces the fullstop of the last sentence of every status #takakora. I am not blasting at any individuals you may be seeing in your mind right now. This is just my general observation and yes I took have done it sometimes but it is not really the cleverest way of going about it. Sometimes it's also not really about starting your own tag, it's about building slowly on the one that already gets mentions so that when people search for that one they find your updates in between. 31783social media, twitter, networking, gain foloowers, artistsbvc/108/21840-twitter.jpgFighting Demons - A Modern Day Love Poem by Mcpotarhttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-demons-poetry-lovers/features/blogs/mcpotar-demons-poetry-lovers/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-demons-poetry-lovers/#commentsFri, 21 Mar 2014 15:32 GMTThe main objective was never lovers being at war, In fact you're still the witty pretty girl I saw, But I treated you like dirt when you loved me more, Then I tried to be nice when you loved no more, You told me you can never trust but I do understand, For the death of our love I see blood on my hands, Hurt spread inside her body like bacterial strands, It was kind of too late to be making amends, She says she won't talk to me because I made her cry, Maybe she'll listen to my songs soon after I die, Then she'll know as I lived I repented and tried, I knelt on the gravel and looked to the sky, She never believed me, I understand why, The love I expressed to her at first was a lie, Now I bet she can't seem to trust other guys, I pray she forgives me, consistently rise, I bleed deep inside with no tears in my eyes, If we never talk on Earth but see Paradise, I'll be glad to meet you and it won't happen twice, What I did in the beginning was not really nice, Now I understand the meaning of a true sacrifice, The importance of love, now I do realize, That this life is a journey if we ever arrive, Put aside all the torture that I gave you alive. 31782demons, poetry, lovers, passion, art, poetry, cultureRead Good African Poetry - Living The Struggle by Mcpotarhttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-african-poetry-good-poetry-poetry/features/blogs/mcpotar-african-poetry-good-poetry-poetry/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-african-poetry-good-poetry-poetry/#commentsFri, 21 Mar 2014 15:28 GMTMy people are used to hours of waiting for electricity, Cut off water supplies, weekly across the city, You may find this sad and look at us with pity, As you see the wealth we have and all the capacity, But we don't worry any-more, we laugh and joke, My cousins are jobless and always broke, First they expected to only work in an office, Now they're open to anything anyone offers, Except for prostitution, drugs and burglary, But my friend was on trial for looting treasury, Then they talked about not seeing his docket, But am sure they saw something from his pocket, I'm glad that corruption worked to his favour, But with my mentality, Africa would be doomed forever, Let's share these hot issues as we sit together, Or many criminals will get away with murder. For more Poetry Visit the website <a href="javascript:launchURL('http://www.mcpotar.com')"> click here to view </a> 31781african poetry, good poetry, poetry, africa, social struggleRead African Poetry - The City Is A Mess - by Mcpotarhttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-poetry-society-art-31780/features/blogs/mcpotar-poetry-society-art-31780/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-poetry-society-art-31780/#commentsFri, 21 Mar 2014 15:22 GMT<i>This poem decribes a third world country reality. Based on true happenings.</i> The city is a mess, toilets stay without water, Mayors only ever care when they're searching for voters, Get money from the job, start abusing your daughters, Then rotate these pretty girls like electrical motors, While you're in the working class waiting for a salary, They buy paintings worth your fridge at the art gallery, Then you look at your account and you aint getting much, A week's grocery for you is their money for lunch, Some bosses who watch their workers daily suffering, Have the nerve to judge those with no church offerings, Their money, fame and power give them more positions, We're slaves to disasters from their selfish decisions, Meanwhile a lot of Pastors are now failing at visions, Bad soccer predictions causing Christian divisions, I'm not judging any man or making any conclusions, But I follow the true God not some human illusions, We owe God apologies for spreading waves of confusion, Scripture can be utilized as a tool of delusion, Rain falls on everybody hence the gifts we're abusing, Free will comes to all, stop the blame and accusing. Get more poetry from Mcpotar via <a href="javascript:launchURL('http://www.mcpotar.com')"> Click here </a>31780Poetry, society, art, culture, government, black people, africa, third worldCashbid- African Hip-hop Artist - Time Lapse Free Downloadhttp://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-indie-africa/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-indie-africa/Posted by mcpotar0http://www.blackvibes.com/features/blogs/mcpotar-hiphop-indie-africa/#commentsFri, 21 Mar 2014 15:16 GMTCashbid is one of a few great talents in Zimbabwean hip-hop that can embrace English raps and manage to sound original. Listening to his song Time Lapse this Sunday I was impressed by the work he put, even in the effects. I wonder if he'd have a different set for a stage performance but the song is basically a brag track. It shows his lyrical martial arts, I warn they are not in the Synik and Depth category, but they are also far from what Schingy or Crooger would give you. They are basically just good raps everyone can understand and since it's a brag track. He continually calls his beatmakers name, and I think he was as impressed with that beat as I was. The hook is beautiful. Ahsayn did great work on it and I think he is a great producer who should keep working and bringing in new sounds to Hip-hop in Zimbabwe. Cashbid says he is building up for his final album entitled lyrical re-design which he will release in the future. I would very much like to see him progressing and taking his music outside Zimbabwe where it may get rotation as well since English is dominant in his raps. <a href="javascript:launchURL('http://www.soundcloud.com/cashbid')">Download Or stream Cashbid's songs here.</a> 31778hip-hop, indie, africa, music, art, culture, streaming, down loads, cashbid, zim hip hopblogs/3-2014/31778-hiphop-indie-africa-s.jpg