Nutty O in collabo with Makhadzi, Han C

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Nutty O in collabo with Makhadzi, Han C Nutty O

The Herald

Tafadzwa Zimoyo

Senior Arts Reporter

Zimbabwe Music Awards (ZIMA 2021) contestant with seven nominations, Nutty O has hinted on his regional collaboration with South African singer Makhadzi, Botswana musician Han C and record producer Mr Brown.

The “Handipere Power” hit-maker revealed in an interview with The Herald Arts that a single is in pipeline but no name yet.

“It is a good collaboration and I am happy about it,” he said.

“The collaboration has been strategic in its own and the fact that we continue to combine Southern Africa’s finest, I can tell you that it’s massive. So far no name has been discussed yet as we have been working on the chorus and lyrics.”

“This one is a good love song. We are still working on it. I received the song on Tuesday and Mr Brown told me he had put on Makhadzi and said just do your magic.

Han C

“I can’t reveal further details but the song will be out after everything is perfect. I am not sure about the video plans,” he said.

Asked about how he landed such collaboration, Nutty O said he got a call from Mr Brown and immediately jumped on board.

“Mr Brown called me and briefed me about the collaboration. I was so excited about it. I am sure fans will love the song as it will blow their minds.

Like I said, I can’t share much details on the project for now. I am in the studio now perfecting my hook,” he said.

The musician who is also on tour in South Africa said 2022 started on a good note.

“This Friday I will be at Helensvale, Harare for the Capitalk radio station fifth birthday celebrations together with my brother ExQ.

It is called “Double Trouble”. Then on Saturday I will be jamming in South Africa at the “First Enjoyment Party 2022”, featuring live performances by Gigi Latmayne, Pinky Girl, Pabi Cooper and Drip Gogo among others. I promise to deliver the best for my South African fans,” he added.

Commenting on the ZIMA nomination, the Mbare-bred musician said last year was a manifestation of God’s plan.


“I can say somehow the people have responded to the seed (‘Mustard Seed’ album) and I am glad I am changing the narrative. The nominations are validating my process, whatever the formula I engaged is a powerful one. I can say it’s a win for me just being nominated itself. I am humbled,” he said.

For the awards, he has been nominated for Song of the Year, Best Male Artist, Best International Zimbabwean, Best Collaboration, Best Music Video, Best Zimdancehall and Best Album.

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