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St Emmo And The Movement Celebrate Zimbabwe At 41 Years Independence By Giving The Zimbabwe National Anthem A Facelift In Latest Release; Anthem Remix

St Emmo

St. Emmo, real name Emmerson T Mnangagwa, is  a Zimbabwean professional Dj, Producer and music philanthropist whose career began in Capetown, South Africa and has grown as a force in contemporary music in Zimbabwe. St. Emmo is the founder of Entertainment company and band (The Movement) which is known for hosting exclusive music experiences and events in Zimbabwe. To date, St. Emmo has worked on various projects including an album named Abstracia and his recent project with heartwarming and uplifting visuals titled RAINHe has worked with various artists in the Zimbabwean music scene such as Sylent Nqo, Hope Masike, Colleta, Stan C, Vee Mukarati to mention a few. His aim in the industry is to revolutionize the music scene through building sustainable music institutions and equipping the young and upcoming with a dream to grow in music as he did. 


Artwork 

On this project St Emmo worked with The Movement (Sylent Nqo, I AM KING, and Corny3DKeys). The song consists of a fusion of different genre elements mostly house music and jazz music also touching on an upbeat modern Zimbabwean sound. This Anthem remix is 5.56 in length and is accompanied by a saxophone (IAMKING), a guitar (Sylent Nqo) and a keyboard instrument (Corny3DKeys) by The Movement, as well as vocals by Farirai doing jazz scatting. The remix has two areas where the Zimbabwe national anthem is performed at 1.35 and 3.28. At 3.28 there is a sample of Joshua Nkomo making a speech just after Zimbabwe won independence. 


St Emmo is looking to have a voice and sound that executes the goal of giving fellow Zimbabweans the pride of Zimbabwe through a different component (music). St Emmo's message to Zimbabweans as they celebrate 41 years of Independence is a follows; 


NO MATTER WHAT HARDSHIPS,  POLITICAL CONTROVERSIAL TRUTHS AND ECONOMICAL STRUGGLES, WE ALL COME FROM THE SAME NATION AND NEED TO REMEMBER OUR HISTORY, OUR IDENTITY AND PRIDE AS A NATION

 

 

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