Dancehall throne under threat

musicHARARE - The dancehall throne is under threat from new kid on the block Shinso, who has taken local dancehall circles hostage with his deep voice and energetic performances that send the crowds into a frenzy.

Other ambitious dancehall stars, such as Sniper Storm, King Shaddy, Guspy Warrior amongst others, took a shot at the crown
against leader of the pack Winky D and came out heavily bruised.

Shinso, with his deep voice – easily mistaken for the Jamaican dancehall superstar Vibes Cartel – will definitely cause Di Bigman sleepless nights.

After falling out in the 2007 CBZ A Academy talent search show, Shinso, real name Tinashe Antony, boomeranged his way back into the music circles, only this time with a blistering 15-track album expected to be officially released in August.

The album entitled Mudhara Kubva Kudhara (pro since long back) carries tracks such as Kereke (church) featuring Extra Large, African Wine featuring Roki, Superstar, Number One with Cindy and the hit Miss Makadini which features Victor D amongst the notable songs.

Most of his singles have received overwhelming airplay on the local airwaves.

Speaking to Showbiz on Sunday, Shinso was upbeat that his album will take him places before he handed over the phone to his producer, Joe Machingura who expressed the same sentiments.

Shinso is the future. He has got that unique sound and is definitely going places believe it or not, said the producer adding that: The album will be released in August but at the moment we are releasing singles. In fact we have just released another single called Mbambamba (tight).

Machingura also revealed that he spotted the talented singer during the 2006 CBZ A Academy talent search show.

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