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In my first interview of the year,Chris Charamba of Enthuse Magazine interviewed me and three other creatives about our creative processes. In his 1996 book Creativity: The Work and Lives of 91 Eminent People, psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi suggested that “of all human activities, creativity comes closest to providing the fulfilment we all hope[…]

The La La Song lyrics

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The La La Song (written and performed by Mellow Creme) Chorus (kids singing in background) la la la la la la Don’t let them treat you like a fool No matter what they say or do They might be thinking that you lonely You run the world and you know[…]

Mellow Creme – Africa Day Invasion

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They say a prophet gets no recognition in his hometown. Never before in my life has this statement been so true. From the day I discovered hiphop at 10 years old and decided I wanted to write and rap and perform in front of crowds to 2012 when I created[…]

Have you ever performed for nothing but grass? Words from Tuku to me.

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January hasn’t been an easy month for Zimbabweans. From riots, violence to internet shutdown and then the darkest cloud of all, Tuku’s death. A nation united in tears is how best I can describe the vibes I get from fellow brethren. A nation united in pain. No one can claim to have loved Tuku more than the next. And to cap it all, Africa loved Tuku more than the world. Last week I was in South Africa on a business trip and from Uber rides to taxis and my Air BnB and old bulky TV, all I heard was Tuku songs and tributes. Africa stood still on the 23rd of January 2019.