Zimbabwean said they've had enough dancehall acts

Zimbabwean said they've had enough dancehall acts - In an article post on Allafrica.com it's reported that the Zimbabwean people are saying that they've had enough Dancehall Acts in their country.

The article went on to say, "It seems as if we are having an overdose of dancehall artistes coming to this country, if the trend we have seen so far is anything to go by.

A lot of reggae artistes have come here, some poor in quality like Brick and Lace, others mediocre like Maxi Priest and excellent ones like Beenie Man have all been here".

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Comments for Zimbabwean said they've had enough dancehall acts

Nov 20, 2012
african reggae fan.
by: onetime

uno know nutin bout dancehall di people de ah zimbabwe love reggae,some artist dem come africa not knowing how much people love dem songs.artist maneger dem should see african reggae dancehall show before comin.sometimes uno artist fault di fans dem want sting perfomance,bring one ah dem big stage show across africa see waguan.

Oct 31, 2011
by: Anonymous

this is rediculuos who authored this top. in fact zimbabweans love rasta. to them its a symbol of pure love,freedom and happiness. u are the babylon spoken of.Delete this page from the world u wil neva prosper on ur agenda man long live artist. For ur own information any artist who visit zimbabwea has had aboost in his career.

Oct 29, 2011
by: Anonymous

Zimbabweans love dancehall music, its become part of our culture and way of life!! Ever since Bob Marley came to Zimbabwe, the whole country feel in love with Jamaican music!! Whoever wrote that article is a shallow minded clown because Dancehall music is most love genre in Zimbabwe HANDS DOWN!!!!

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