"Imagine if" Zimbabwe and Jamaica wax collaboration. Tawanda Sibotshiwe featuring Dancehall veteran Hawkeye!!

The last year has seen Jusa Dementor (Born Tawanda Sibotshiwe) grow even beyond expectations of his already thriving success, From scooping a prestigious African music award with his hit single African Airhorn dance and having his production CV certified by the Number one Hit Rise Up Zimbabwe for the big Jamaican artist Red Rat many would have capped the young entrepreneur to be his highest achievement yet. But Zimbabwe will yet again be chanting to another surely tipped hit which see’s Jusa collaborate on a dancehall tune with yet another of Jamaica’s hot Dj/Artist HAWKEYE ( Christopher Smith). Many will recognise Hawkeye from his hits back when dancehall was popularly known as Ragga in the 90s and was surely one of Jamaica’s top artists sharing similar fame with the likes of Degree, Buju Banton , Shabba the list could go on . The song titled Imagine If unites two respected artists in each of their countries industry with a powerful all round masterpiece , Lyrically Jusa touching upon powerful black history icons like Martin Luther and and pioneers like Bob Marley also Hawkeye passing mention to artists that rocked our parties in the yester years like General Degree ,Red Rat and Ninija Man. On the track written on Martin Luther king day. Jusa and Hawkeye used this platform to remind youths of today how many of the black revolutionaries and pioneers have paved the way for society changing today. The riddim produced by Jusa makes certain that the clubs will be chanting endlessly and with the Hawkeye feel to it many will be taken back to the ragga vibes that rocked our stereos back then. Jusa and His Abra Team have outdone themselves yet again to cement the Zimbabwean music recognition on a world of platform .
Mungwadzi Godwin

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