Publishers named above each report are responsible for their own content, which AllAfrica does not have the legal right to edit or correct. I’m a sober guy I don’t take alcohol and that alone is a challenge because I have to work with some addicts,” he said. In that group i was called the ‘fireman’ because I was tasked with creating the beats using the desks and chairs. This is in my view, a positive development as it inspired more talented youngsters to showcases themselves,” he said. Initially there were 15 artistes on that riddim but after it went viral the number shot to artistes.
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Levels bought his first computer; a Pentium 3, in and started out a career in music. Imagine, we have hundreds of youths who come from all over Harare to record their music. You find that it’s the artistes who tour while we, the producers remain in the studio. The record stable has also diversified into fashion where they sell jackets, caps, shoes and T-Shirts. There was a problem processing your submission. Born Roger Tafadzwa Kadzimwe in Darwendale, the prominent Zim dancehall producer more popularly known to fans as “Levels” is a down-to-earth bloke who spends most of his time in the studio making hits.
To complete the process, please follow the instructions in the email we just sent you. Initially there were 15 artistes on that riddim but after it went viral the number shot to artistes. But now even with the little returns from the business she is starting to appreciating that music is like a calling for me,” he said.
AllAfrica publishes around reports a day from more than news organizations and over other institutions and individualsrepresenting a diversity of positions on every topic. As a producer Levels said he enjoyed working with upcoming artistes more than the established ones who are “arrogant” and “big headed”.
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According to Levels, it all started in church where he used to play drums and the bass guitar. AllAfrica is a voice of, by and about Africa – aggregating, producing and distributing news and information items daily from over African news organizations and our own reporters to an African and global public. You find its the artistes who benefit more than the producers. In that group i was called the ‘fireman’ because I was tasked with creating the beats using the desks and chairs.
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This is in my view, a positive development as it inspired more talented youngsters to showcases themselves,” he said. Please try again later.
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The year-old who qngu from the famed Chill Spot Records in Mbare says while he has created stars he’s never feels fully appreciated or recognised by the same artistes he produces. He has produced several hits and turned some unknowns into big names of Zimbabwean dancehall music. So if there was no dancehall what would they be doing?
Articles and commentaries that identify allAfrica. Levels is currently working on his third successful riddim titled “Pure Niceness” which is a departure from the sniepr dancehall vibe. Top Headlines Zimbabwe Entertainment Music. Sadder still, the artistes do not pay for using my riddims.
Ras Caleb’s “Tokwe -Mukosi” is doing the rounds on “Pure Niceness” riddim and the accompanying video is making waves in Zim-dancehall circles. The other guys did the vocals,” he said. To contact the copyright holder directly for corrections — or for permission to republish or make other authorized use of this material, click here.
Publishers named above each report are responsible mafabs their own content, which AllAfrica does not have the legal right to edit or correct. Yes, they are the ones who stage shows and sell albums but it’s a pity for most producers like myself. Read the original article on The Herald. The latest riddim is meant for conscious music and already some artistes including Ras Caleb, Tocky Vybz, Mostaf, Jiggaz and Ricky Fire have done well in showcasing their conscious side.
His advice to fellow musicians was that they should respect one another and stay off drugs.