Ladies! Ladies! Christmas is soon here!
You want to help #Childline make Christmas awesome for some disadvantaged children? Then join me this Saturday the 12th at #VanillaMoon for a Ladies #HighTea!
For our $15 donations we will enjoy amazing talks by amazing women! I shall also perform live my solo #LoopStation set, present a fun, 'Know your culture- know a tune' 15-minute #Mbira lesson and have my MerchlyHope shop there too. DVDs, CDs, summer gear .... Come join me (from 2pm) & make Christmas fantabulous for our under-privileged children! Isn't that a lovely #Sat plan!!🌸🌷🌺🌹🌻🌼💐 #Gwenyambirakadzi
My view this morning! Beautiful #Harare!! And losta gratitude to God for another lovely day.
Happy week! Naro naro basa!!! #Gwenyambirakadzi
This Sat, #NationalFoods says Happy Meaty Christmas!!!! Oooh what a fantastic Saturday it's been with @NationalFoodsZimbabwe in #Mabvuku at #MabvukuCentre. If you love some fun music, great healthy food, and a chance to win big, come now! It's free.
#Spain National Day celebrations yesterday! Dress code was a flamenco dress (which I did not have) and/or flowers in your hair (which I had)! Wore my flame lillies (one of my fav flowers) from @officialhifa , danced and ate the afternoon away.
HOPE MASIKE ft Sulumani 'SULU' Chimbetu : Tingwarire
Hope Masike is one of the most sensational musicians to emerge out of Zimbabwe this decade. Masike takes pride in together-blending mbira (an otherwise purely traditional instrument) with different music styles. Her music is a hybrid of Mbira, Jazz and AfroPop. Much as she is commonly known for her voice and mbira-playing, Hope Masike also plays several African percussion and dances too.
She has two albums to her name and numerous tour and collaboration credits.These include her involvement with the Norwegian transcultural outfit called Monoswezi, a 2015 live collaboration with Salif Keita in Harare and many more.
Hope’s sultry voice, sublime Mbira/Jazz/Afro fusion and eclectic, highly-charged performances have earned her critical acclaim and fans worldwide. Her work, collaborative and otherwise, has earned her several accolades ranging from being the’Outstanding Female Musician’ of the year in 2013 and Best Music video of 2015 for the Zimbabwean national awards NAMA, nominations for Songlines World Music Awards, Zimbabwe Achievers Awards, to her 2016 nomination for a KORA Award on her song ‘Huyai Tinamate’.
She has also been interviewed by CNN Newsroom, BBC, SABC’s Morning Live, ZTV’s Good Morning Zimbabwe and on numerous other platforms in Zimbabwe and abroad. Masike holds a National Certificate in Applied Art and Design, a diploma in Fine Arts and a degree in Music. Currently, Hope Masike is working on her third album due for release mid-2017. In the meantime, besides rehearsing with her band and performing locally and abroad, she spends her time on knowledge transfer, visiting schools in Zimbabwe to talk about music, music business and the culture of Zimbabwe.