Winky D ‘Gafa ‘Endorses’ Chamisa In Controversial New Song
Dancehall chanter Winky D has released a song titled Parliament, filled with political connotations whilst subtly challenging the current political status quo.
Winky D is no stranger to socio-political commentary with songs like 25 and Dzemudanga.
Within 2 minutes 55 seconds of the Parliament song produced by T-man of Mt Zion Records, WinkyD hints that the country needs a change of political players as it heads towards harmonised polls on July 30.
“PaGhetto tateketera panematsutso, mazhinji vanenge marechera Dambudzo,”
Winky D metaphorically says the youths in the ghetto are suffering because of the same political players who bring the problems (Dambudzo) an ironic reference to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s middle name.
Winky D lamented the idea of allying with political party ideologies.
“Vamwe vati ita chiIndependent candidate. Hapachadi zvema pato pakuda solo zhet, Tombomira kusimbisana pakuda shanduko,” he sang suggesting a “Zambuko (crossover)”.
The song already has thousands of views on his winkyonline YouTube channel and other online platforms, is generating interest, especially from seeming MDC Alliance sympathisers who feel the hook “Gafa chete chete” resonates with their election tagline “Chamisa Chete Chete”.
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