Tonderai Zvimba, Reporter Showbiz
Enzo Ishall, Zimdancehall artist continues to claim his share in the music industry as he releases more hits.
The singer recently became famous after introducing herself to locals with the song & # 39; Kanjiva & # 39; which has become a must to play at any party.
He not only gave people a song but he also introduced them to the Mbare lifestyle as kanjiva – an exclusive dance for Mbare, fully taken on the music video of the song and being imitated by many people.
Just like King Monada's Idibala (falling song), people, regardless of their location, have been captivated because they found themselves wanting to dance to the Kanjiva every time they played.
Before Kanjiva, Enzo Ishall first got the attention of Zimdancehall followers when he jumped to Chillspot Riddim "Panomhanya Munhu" in March this year with his song Chiita Kwacho.
Not slowing down, Enzo Ishall released another song & # 39; Smart Rinotangira Kutsoka & # 39; popularized by people like socialita Genius & Ginimbi & 39; Kadungure is recording videos showing off his shoes.
This track talks about the importance of wearing good shoes because people, especially men, are valued and handled by the type of shoes they wear.
Recently, Enzo Ishall released Next Time, a song whose music video has captured the hearts of many people.
The video featuring the famous comedian, Comic Pastor, was released on YouTube last week and has collected more than 50,000 views.
In the videotape at Mbare, the Reverend Comic, after learning that a thief had stolen underwear outside, decided to pursue him.
He is sad to end up being stoned in the face by a thief and is a person who now needs to be saved.
Enzo Ishall who hid in a blanket after hearing a thief, then began lecturing the Pastor Comic singing: ". . . next time vanhu vakadaidzira mbavha haubude. Dzungu rekuda kunzi wakaipa ndiro rakurovesa nedinha ufunge. This is the handipenge dolphin. . . "
After watching the video that ended with Enzo telling Pastor Comic that the underwear stoned was torn, many encouraged Enzo Ishall to produce more such works.
It's nice to note that Zimdancehall artists are at the top of their game. Many of them fill the place without international action.
What makes this genre stand out is that the artists are genuine.
At first it was ignored by people like Thomas Mapfumo who argued that the children were trying too hard to sound like Jamaicans.
But they have proven Mapfumo wrong by localizing their music so giving legends like Winky D run good for their money.
The new generation of Zimdancehall artists sing about what they are going through in the suburbs with high density which is always a bonus because it makes it easy for their followers to connect with them.
Enzo Ishall, for example, through songs like Handirare kuden kwenyu, Kanjiva, and Next time talking about the life of Mbare.
Videos for three songs were taken in Mbare and this has placed high density suburbs on the map.
Enzo said: "I make music that talks about people who live in the ghetto. In this new song, I talk about something common among people living in ghettos – stealing clothes in the washing line. "