Ex-Q has apologised for snubbing Zimdancehall singer Freeman during the StarFM Awards. Ex-Q, real name Enock Munhanga took home five awards at the ceremony held in Harare last Friday.
The hit song, Nzenza, on which he collaborated with Freeman, was voted Best Collaboration and Best Afro Pop Song. However, in his vote of thanks, Ex-Q ‘forgot’ to mention Freeman even though they worked together on the song.
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Zimdancehall, is a Zimbabwean music genre with roots in the Jamaican tradition of reggae. The genre is known for its hard-hitting lyrics which often encompass social commentary on issues like poverty, unemployment and drug abuse. Read More About Zimdancehall
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