The year 2019 has been so noisy and chaotic for Zimbabweans. One could only wish that it ends well. Music is a powerful tool to lighten tight situations. There is music for every mood and this festive season, great beats are what the majority desire.
Enzo Ishall is a household name and his music is trademarked by his unique touch. Just a few weeks before Christmas, Enzo has been featured in a song 'Ngoro' by Rachel J. The song was composed by Enzo himself and has a common traditional Zimbabwe gospel song 'Wanonoka' beat.
The song has a great dance beat but the message has been critised by many on social media saying they were expecting something better from Enzo. By listening to the lyrics, it sounds innocent until you digest deep. Some lines say ' Mamisa Ngoro. Ndimi mamisa yamira. Ino haisi nguva yekumisa ngoro".
When Rachel J comes in, 'Kumisa Ngoro' just turns into 'kumisa chararuro' everything pointing 'Stonyeni'.
One social media user commented that the songs is only enjoyed when drunk. While others said that Enzo loves vulgar words in his songs and people will soon lose interest. However, the song has a high quality video and Rachel J is as usual, shining.
WHO IS THE BEAUTIFUL RACHEL J
Rachel J is a Zimbabwean artist and businesswoman. She released her first album in 2016 'The Triumph'. In September 2018 she released an Afro-pop track titled 'Makwikwi'. In Decamber the same year, a dancehall remix of 'Makwikwi' was released featuring the biggest dancehall acts like Souljah Love, Sniper Storm and Lady Squanda. 'Njiva' featuring Dereck Mpofu came out this year 2019 together with 'Bada Boom' featuring Roki. Now the fresh 'Ngoro' composed and featuring Enzo Ishall.
Rachel J is a director at Jarach Investiments and Director at Vashandi Inc. She also runs The Rachel J Foundation as part of giving back to the community that raised her.
In December 2018 Rachel won the Most Beautiful Woman in Zimbabwe award from Zimbabwe Models Awards 2018 edition.
The song 'Ngoro' is likely to go wide and far because of criticism. Yes, free publicity.