The fast-rising house music muso, Bhadilah, has joined hands with Zimdancehall chart-topper and Zimdancehall awards 2016 nominee Boom Beto and produced a single titled Shaker.
Bhadilah whose real name is Gift Lihlohonolo said the song is about a lady who is talented in dancing and when she dances she shakes her “behind” becoming a centre of attraction at the club.
The Beitbridge-born artiste explains why he came up with Shaker.
“I realised most men marvel and salivate when ladies shake their “behinds” and decided to recognise that with this piece,” he said.
The song has gained attention in the border town and is receiving generous air play on local radio stations.
Bhadilah said he wanted a dancehall flavour on the track hence he chose Boom Beto.
“I appreciate Boom Beto’s inimitable talent and his originality in his genre which made me to work with him,” he said.
The single was mastered and recorded at Mount Zion Records in Harare.
Shaker comes hard on the heels of yet another single, Dzungudza that is making waves on local radio stations and was once a chart-topper on Power FM.
The 20-year–old house artiste began his musical career at Jason Ziyaphapha Moyo High School in 2015 and he never looked back. His debut album African Child has eight songs. Two songs from this album —Monday Iyangibhora and Basimakile were a hit.
African Child was followed by a single titled Sebenza.
He says: “Sebenza was meant to encourage my peers to set goals and work towards achieving them. On Sebenza, I feature my sister Ayco who is a jazz artiste and MarkG a dancehall artiste.”