“I was inspired to write this song after witnessing the South African xenophobic attacks back in 2010 and the chain of uprisings in Syria, Libya and Egypt,” said the artist, whose real name is Tichaona Monera.
The song by the former Howard High student also talks of hope at the end of famines, wars, disease, and the plight of women, as well as injustices in Third World countries.
Born in 1981, Rhyme Assassin spent the early years of his life in Highfield. He started writing songs and performing on high schools gigs. Between 1999 and 2001 he made some significant progress on the music scene featuring on various contests with one notable performance at the Miss Waterfalls.
Shortly afterwards he left for the United Kingdom where he re-launched his music career. .Post published in: Entertainment