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Memory lane… With Robert Adam (PART 2)

Continued from Part 1 ​ Article written by Robert Adam, UK Kanindo music flavours can be clearly detected in some Zimbabwean artists’ music, such as  Khiama Boys, John Chibadura, Job Mashanda and Sulumani Chimbetu for example. The integrated Kanindo sound was often referred to as Museve. But at the end of the day, Kanindo itself … Continue reading

Memory lane… With Robert Adam (PART 1)

MEMORY LANE…. OLOBAKA LINGALA?  RUMBA-KANINDO-SOUKOUS-NDOMBOLO-MAKOSSA-ZOUK  WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN TO YOU? Article written by Robert Adam, UK  Let’s try a few names to jog your memory. Septeto Habanero and Franco Luambo Makiadi. Are the bells ringing? Maybe not a lot. What about Pepe Kalle? Now we’re getting warmer. But if I say Papa Wemba then all … Continue reading

MEMORY LANE – SOUTH AFRICAN BUBBLEGUM MUSIC

By Robert Adam, UK No matter what our ethnicity, creed, colour or orientation, I suppose the day inevitably arrives, together with other age-betrayal prompts, for each of us to occasionally yearn a memory lane visit. Maybe we reach an age when we take more comfort from memories of the past than expectations of the future. … Continue reading

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Connie V

Connie V

Constance van Niekerk, (Connie V) is a South African-based Zimbabwean-born creative writer, poet, music lover, spoken word artist, freelance writer, blogger and educator. She has contributed to several anthologies and published her own collection, Echoes of My Heart: A Poetry Collection available for purchase on all Amazon Stores Worldwide. She is also Editor at ZimOnlineNews. Follow her on Twitter : @convanniekerk Connect with her on Facebook and Linkedin.

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