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Winky D / Press

“Just when many were wondering when he would be unleashing his new album, he is back, not with one, but two albums. Combined, the two albums — Chatsva and Com 2 Tek Ova — carry 34 tracks of everything reggae or ragga”

“FAMED local dancehall artiste Winky D will make a sensational return to Mutare’s ceremonial home of open-air entertainment — The Pavilion — for a potentially exciting gig today (Friday). ”

“Dance-hall ragga artists Sniper Storm and Winky Dee were the surprise performers at this years Zimfest show at the Raynes Park in London and they blew the crowd away.”

“Winky D is one of dancehall's most prominent artists in Zimbabwe and he has been gaining momentum from the early days. He rose to prominence on the Luckspin Riddim in 2004 with MuRasta which became an anthem from his release entitled War.”

“Just at a time when it was least expected that anyone would come up with another gem, talented ragga artiste, Winky D did it with his anthemic hit song, Vanofamba Vachitaura, that has changed the face of local music.”

“Popular dancehall artiste Winky D last week flew to the United Kingdom to take part in the first-ever Southern Africa Music Airwaves Festival.”

“Winky D. His song Rokesheni was the highest placed track by a Zimbabwean artist on the top 100 songs of 2008.”