Zexie Manatsa urges Zimdancehall artists to sing music with no obscenities

Zimbabwe music legend Zexie Manatsa, who is now a pastor has urged Zimdancehall artists to avoid using obscene language and to sing music that the look back at with pride. Said Manatsa:

Sing music that you will be proud of when you are old. Why use vulgar words? Why insult other musicians to please a small group of your fans who don’t even put food on your table?


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