Whilst gospel prodigy Flame B’s video was number one on Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation’s Top 50 ranking.
Some however would beg to differ about the coverage this genre is getting from the media, “I think it’s true to say most of the Christian Hip Hop (CHH) artists struggle to get the proper airplay as compared to other genres that they are competing with, that's why their music seems locked down to a smaller audience.
He attended primary school in Zambia before completing his secondary education in Scotland.
He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wales.
As a Panel Member he facilitates coalition building to leverage and broker knowledge, and convenes decision-makers to influence policy for lasting change in Africa.‘The SWITCH’, it is an acronym for The Salvation, Worship, Inspiration, Truth and Change into Holiness.Established in January 2014, it is an organization that targets young people whose music affiliation is Christian Hip Hop (CHH).In the Christian Hip Hop debate some have gone as far as to call it ‘below par’ in quality which Nomsa from ‘THE SWITCH was quick to dispel “Christian Hip Hop (CHH) is as good as the circular Hip Hop we hear every day…we have equally qualified producers and artists in the field…Hip hop is a culture as they say, our culture is Jesus and our lyrics linger more on His Word, His lifestyle, His return and the great commission! Some of the pioneers of Christian Hip Hop are Pastor Rudy of ‘Rikita Madhimoni’ and Courtney Antipas who sang ‘Viva Christo Viva’ whose music date from a little over a decade ago.
Clearly Christian has been amongst us however whether or not it will grow into a mainstream genre or movement in Zimbabwe is clearly either too farfetched to believe or too difficult to gauge just as the parent Zimbabwean Hip Hop movement itself.We were excited when DJ BK was at Power FM, he had a slot sometime around midnight over the weekends..called it 'The Overdose' and he did play CHH.