Zimdancehall star Enzo Ishall is poised for yet another adventure after divulging details of a planned UK tour. Enzo is set to perform at the Oxygen club in Leicester on the 8th of June. With the top Zimdancehall star having emerged as one of the artists to listen to in recent months the talented musician will be hoping to leave a lasting impression on Zimnabweans that live in the UK.
To watch Enzo Ishall live fans will have to part with £15 for advance tickets with those that pay at the venue having to fork out £20 in order to watch the dancehall star. Enzo Ishall tours the United Kingdom on the back of an Australian tour earlier this year. To add to local performances Enzo was also recently in South Africa were he performed alongside several other local artists.
The one off show set for Leicester is expected to bring smiles to the faces of Zimbabweans living in the UK. Enzo Ishall is the stage name of Zimbabwean musician and Zimdancehall artist Stephen Kudzanai Mamhere. Enzo Ishall is popular for his hit songs “Kanjiva” and “Handirare Kuden Kwenyu.” The songs were produced by Mbare based record label Chill Spot Records. The creative musician is renowned for his perseverence having begun his musical journey around 2012 and only made his breakthrough in 2018 following the release of the track Kanjiva.
Kanjiva scooped the video of the year accolade on the Coca-cola top 50 chart in 2018 with the same song also gaining recognition at the 2019 Nama awards. Though having also courted controversy with tracks such as 50 magate which have been deemed to be obscene, Enzo Ishall’s talent cannot be questioned. Despite making strides on the musical scene Enzo Ishall recently expressed his desire to study for a law degree after scoring points at A’Level.
While his success has been visible at home, Enzo Ishall has also captured the attention of the international community. Several of his videos including 50 magate and Fear No Man which he collaborated with Buffalo Souljah are playing on top tv stations such as Trace Africa and Channel O.