Nutty O is one happy artist after being recognized on the continental scene. His hit song Safe is currently sitting on number 5 on BBC’s DJ Edu DNA show. This recognition has earned him a lot of respect from his fans and bigwigs in the entertainment industry. BBC is a radio station based in the UK and they have a number of African DJ’s who play African music.
DNA top 5 is one of the most prominent shows on BBC radio. It strives to promote African songs that are currently making waves. Nutty O has proved to be a huge force to be reckoned in the music industry as evidenced by this recognition. The young dancehall artist is also a household name in the country having released songs such as Vroom and Mbakumba. He has also managed to collaborate with various top artists such as ExQ and Jah Prayzah.
Nutty O is not letting anything stop him in his tracks as he continues to churn out hit after hit. Fans are mainly attracted to his smooth lyrical flow and the way he executes his talent with so much ease.
He is not the first Zimbabwean to have his music featured on BBC radio. Winky D made a stunning debut on the radio station with his song Dissapear. Killer T followed through, as well as Poptain and now Nutty O. Local music seems to be gaining momentum on the international scene.
Nutty O has always impressed and his live shows have also been worthy o praise. A true visionary with big dreams to penetrate the international music market, Nutty O is certainly on the right path