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“I am a mover and shaker” – Nutty O Wows South Africa

“I am a mover and shaker” – Nutty O Wows South Africans

Zimbabwe Dancehall Superstar Nutty 0 is proving to be popular beyond the Zimbabwean audience. This comes after he recently impressed the largely South African crowd in Rustenburg at the fifth annual Africa Unite Music Fest.

His ability to impress any crowd could have been one of the reasons he was invited to foreign shows with international acts.

Nutty O shared the South African experience:

“I brought the house down, and both my Zimbabwean and South Africa fans were left amused. “It’s not my first time being on a different platform.

I know I can deliver. “I’ve been to a lot of places where you don’t get much of a Zimbabwean crowd, but I delivered and left the fans happy and feeling blessed,” said Nutty 0.

“I am a mover and shaker. My energy affects the atmosphere I work in.

“My confidence levels are unmatched and I am getting better with my stage performance every time,” he added.

Nutty 0 has also revealed that he has other shows in the pipeline. “I am going back to South Africa soon with other shows to be announced.

“I might be heading to Botswana too,” he told H-Metro. Meanwhile, the Dancehall star has collaborated with alternative hip hop rising star Kae Chaps, who found the limelight after the hit Juzi song.

"I am a mover and shaker" - Nutty O Wows South Africa

Nutty 0 said it had been three years since they planned to have the collaboration and he said the song would be released any time soon as a surprise.

“I can’t reveal the work I have with anyone right now. It’s supposed to come as a surprise. “Chaps has been my friend for some time.

I saw him rising. We are good brothers. “We have always wanted to work together and I assure you when this drops, it’s murder,” he said.

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