Amid everything that has taken place in a country where raising your voice to be heard or to protest against other people’s incompetence was like swallowing your own puke, it seems as if the undermined genre of Zim Hip Hop is now realising and letting it’s voice being heard through some soft touching bars commenting on the status quo.
For a moment I thought this was another version of Tongogara when I first heard Gze’s latest track.
The track which is titled Love Song featured Sister Flame (you probably know her from way back) and was produced by Nickbwai.
Inspired by the love he has for his country, Gze saw it right to name his track, Love Song.
In Love Song, Gze will be addressing the current socio-economic and political issues which are being faced by everyone in the motherland Zimbabwe.
I guess this is some of the things which differentiate him and other artists in the industry. He surely did a Big Boy Business on this fire track.
His delivery blended in well with the beat and Flame made sure the song was a masterpiece with her sweet mellow voice on the chorus.
If you have been sleeping on this track please wake up (lol) for you are missing out on some of the doppest music which is addressing our voices in Zimbabwe.
Love Song is probably one of the best tracks that Gze has dropped this year.
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