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Big Bass Entertainment Drops Debut Riddim

New kid on the block, Big Bass Entertainment studio will be looking to make its first footprints on the Zimdancehall scene following the recent release of their debut riddim called Club Kings at a colorful event held in the capital over the weekend.

Laden with up to 35 artists running on the riddim and some of the biggest names on the Zimdancehall front including that include Guspy warrior, Dobba Don, and Kadjah, Club Kings is a product of BigBass’ Skofild in collaboration with UK based Jusa Dementor.

Speaking to this publication on the sidelines of the riddim launch, BigBass studio manager Kudakwashe Manyore was on cloud nine indicating that the riddim would be accompanied by a video medley.

“We are very excited about the launch of our first riddim since we opened the studio. The riddim will also be accompanied by a video medley on a date to be advised,” said Manyore.
He also added that his stable is greatly concerned with fewer numbers of female artists on Club Kings hence their plans to craft another riddim before year-end for female artists.
“We are planning to do another riddim before end of this year and we are targeting female artists since on this one there is only one,” he added.

As part of BigBass’ priority that is to bring professionalism and honour to local music industry, Manyore indicated that his stable will also take a stand against sexual harassment on female artists.

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“I have noticed that female artists are now taking a defensive move as they have suffered from sexual harassment in the music industry for many years.
“As Bigbass we are looking forward to embarking on a campaign to encourage fellows in the industry to desist from such manipulating acts and the next riddim will be mainly focusing on the call to condemn sexual harassment in the industry,” he said.

Big Bass Entertainment was founded by Tariro Manika, an engineer by profession who says seeing the sorry state of most local artistes’ welfare, he was propelled to come up with an initiative that looks to bring honour to one of the world’s biggest industries.

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