Barely a few days after the Tendai Rant on Zimbabwean men that went viral, Sharky , a Zimbabwean based hip-hop artiste drops his brand new lyric video to Dzoka. The song features songstress Crimson Blu and tells a tale of a Zimbabwean who looses roots in the diaspora, consumed by the lifestyle. The Zimbabwean neglects her Zimbabwean based lover and her family values to settle for western culture.
The term Dzoka means, “return”, so in essence the song is asking the lost child to comeback to Zimbabwean roots. This is very relevant to the situation we have under debate this week where a certain diasporan Tendai blasted Zimbabwean men as not fit for her in a video that provoked a lot of mixed feelings and comparisons between foreign men and Zimbabwean men.
However in case Tendai feels a bit important, no Dzoka was created some months ago it was not created based on her rant. The video only came now at a coincidentially relevant time to prove exactly what Sharky is addressing in the song. The song is also broader than just blasting Tendai’s ideology but is also certainly not made to blast women who are out there. From the song lyrics you can pick up that Sharky was speaking to both men and women who fled the country.
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