Wilson Chipangura, Guest Reporter
Some will tell you Seh Calaz born Tawanda Mumanyi is a controversial character and those who loathe him always use that as an excuse to overlook the talent and determination he possess.
He is arguably the most hardworking artist, at least evidence of the projects he has dropped over the years nonstop will settle the argument.
Whether these projects have been received with the respect they should have been accorded is a story for another day but one thing that stands out is, he has a base of loyal fans.
Start an argument today or make a reckless statement against him, then you will know the Mabhanditi family sting like a hornet.
Boss Yala as Seh Calaz is often called by his followers released a 10-track EP (extended play) titled Bvopfiro Pariro recently.
The project is the lost and found piece to the real Zimdancehall soundtrack that has been sinking into oblivion of late.
Forget the low numbers the album has amassed online, the real numbers are in the streets where songs like “Bherengende” , “Kanye West” and “Hwahwa” are making noise.
‘Ghetto Yuts’ as the young people from high density suburbs are often called, love the real Zimdancehall sound and they have embraced it.
The latest project “Bvopfiro Pariro” is somehow different from the rushed and substandard Bholato Bholato which was also released this year.
Bvopfiro Pariro is a correction, reincarnation of Seh Calaz and the resurrection of real Zimdancehall not the fused version that has graced the music space in recent times.
The only problem with Seh Calaz however, is his ego which he thinks works in his favour when in actual fact destroys his progress.
He wants to mount a hill alone and ignores even the media when it engages him, yet he appears like a saint and down to earth someone in the ghetto – double standard isn’t it?
Who cares anyway when Bvopfiro Pariro album is the talk of the ghettos currently.
Songs on Seh Calaz’s Bvopfiro Pariro album are “Bherengende” , “Kanye West” , “Kana Tauya” , “It’s Okay It’s Okay” , “Komborerai Vavengi Vangu” , “Hwahwa” , “Ma1 Aya” , “Ndagara Ndodhakwa” , “Murisei Madinga” , “Bvopfiro Pariro” and “Shandawani”.