Jah Prayzah, Ammara Brown, Shasha, Shashl and Gemma Griffiths Up For AFRIMA Awards

FIVE Zimbabwean musicians are vying to clinch the much coveted All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) gongs. Jah Prayzah was selected in the Best Male Southern Africa category while Ammara Brown, Shasha, Shashl, and Gemma Griffiths are up in the running to get the Best Female Southern Africa category. The awards event was established by the International Committee AFRIMA, in collaboration with the African Union to reward and celebrate musical works, talents, and creativity around the African continent while promoting the African cultural heritage. The final showdown will go down on…

Tinashe opens up on biSexuality

Tinashe is getting candid about her sexuality. The “Rascal” singer covers the Autumn 2020 issue of GAY TIMES where she opens up about being bisexual. While she has shied away from labeling herself in the past, she is now comfortable enough now to call herself bi. “It’s not that I don’t like putting a label on it,” she told the U.K. magazine. “But when you say you’re bisexual, a lot of people think… they just have a lack of understanding about what it is. And I tend to shy away…

Brity Yonly Takes On Naysayers

SOCIETIES could be to blame for shattered hopes and dreams for many people. They put barriers through negative statements and actions as well. Musing of this light endured by some Zimbabweans is Afrofusion musician-cum-commediene Brity Yonly who dropped a single recently. The China based Zimbabwean song bird said the song depicts not only her personal experiences but mirrors others. “Vachabaiwa is a song which expresses one’s pain , suffering and mistreatment from the society,” she said. Throwing spanners in others works are some people in the community who long to…