Dancehall reggae singer Mic Inity

Dancehall reggae singer Mic Inity - Mic Inity was born in Madomombe, Marondera on January 23, 1983. His real name is Mike Madamombe.

Dancehall reggae singer Mic InityDancehall reggae singer Mic Inity

He developed his love for reggae music from an early age. Inity was introduce to reggae music by his father who used to play a lot of Bob Marley's and Peter Tosh's songs.

Before taking his music career on a solo path, he use to be a member of a group call "Transit Crew".

Although he some of his songs, he's is will known for doing cover versions of songs from some of the legends of dancehall reggae music.

Most songs which he have done cover versions for are from artiste such as Gregory Isaacs, Bob Marley and Peter Tosh.

He one of the most sought-after artiste in Zimbabwe at the moment (2011).

He commands a huge following especially in Harare and holds his live gigs at Mannenberg and Jazz 105 to mention just two.

Mic Inity is schuldule to released his debut album this year (2011). The album feature collaborations from artiste such as Sizzla Kalonji, Wildlife and I David. The final touches are being done to his album by Dr Cave, who resides in Kington, Jamaica.

Other top Zimbabwean dancehall reggae artiste are Guspy Warrior, Frantesca and Dadza D.

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