Albert Nyathi lashes out Noble Stylz

Albert Nyathi lashes out Noble Stylz 1

By Taonga Nyemba Dub-poet Albert Nyathi has responded to rapper Noble Stylz’s diss line which he calls him a one hit wonder as a publicity seeking stunt. Dub-poet Albert Nyathi has responded to rapper Noble Stylz Nyathi said Noble Stylz is just seeking relevance by disrespecting him through his music. “First thing is I don’t know him; he is seeking for fame, I will let him be and those who follow me know lots of stuff by me. Related Articles “He must visit my social media platforms, I doubt he…

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Albert Nyathi: Celebrated dub-poet, actor

Albert Nyathi: Celebrated dub-poet, actor 2

By Edwin Nhukarume Life of a legend inspires the hopeless and even failures who have given up on their dreams. Someone’s life experience can breathe life into a dead body to resurrect the lost hope. Rough and tough upbringing does not mean wishes in life are unachievable and impossible. Events and experiences encountered by a legend born in 1962 in a village called Kafusi in Gwanda and started his grade seven at the age of 20 can relate to the phrases above. Related Articles The legend is a celebrated dub-poet…

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Sandra, Skhonjwa rock Namas in unique fashion

Sandra, Skhonjwa rock Namas in unique fashion 3

On Apr 20, 2019 35,466 0 By Keith Mlauzi While many were dressed to kill, Sandra Ndebele, Babongile Skhonjwa and Albert Nyathi were on a cultural preservation mission at the National Arts Merit Awards (Nama) on Saturday. Sandra Ndebele and Babongile Skhonjwa in traditional attire at the Namas Among the well-dressed personalities who walked the red carpet at the HICC in Harare last weekend Sandra, Skhonjwa and Albert Nyathi seemed to have stolen the shine with their traditional outfits. Sandra Ndebele rocked a black and white Queen Mother’s dress. On…

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Majaivana’s sad farewell . . . Looking back at Magee’s swansong

Majaivana’s sad farewell . . . Looking back at Magee’s swansong 4

By Bruce Ndlovu It is the album that was almost never made…Isono Sami, released at the turn of the century by Lovemore Majaivana, was Majaivana’s farewell, released when the artiste was about to turn his back on his country and profession, retreating into a self-imposed exile that now looks, two decades later, permanent. Lovemore Majaivana “That album was a sort of farewell because he had not been interested in making it,” said long-time friend Albert Nyathi, the only artiste that was featured on what looks like Majaivana’s last effort. “He…

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