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Shinsoman, Tinashe Romeo Anthony, Zimdancehall
Background information
Birth name Tinashe Romeo Anthony
Born (1988-08-28) August 28, 1988 (age 28)
Genres Zimdancehall
Occupation(s) Zimdancehall Artist, Songwriter

Shinsoman is a popular Zimbabwe reggae/dancehall artist who came to prominence in 2013 with his hit song "Mawaya waya" which was a chart topper. He is also affectionately known as the "Dancehall Father" mainly due to the reference to the term in his song "Pool Party".


Shinsoman was born Tinashe Romeo Anthony on 25 August 1988, is married and has one child who is named Devante. Before he ventured into music Shinsoman was a junior football player at Dynamos Football Club.[1]

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Music career

Shinsoman had been in the music industry before, featuring on many collaborations. He once featured on Sanii Makhalima's smash hit "Zvachose". The collaboration gave him the much needed exposure that many people began to notice. He had started singing in 2009 [2] but his music did not see the light on radio stations. The dancehall sensation went on to be signed by Heshi Mufeshi Records. Under the label, Shinsoman released hits singles "Mawaya Waya" and "Bata Panorwadza". It is his unique husky voice that had made him a force to reckon with in the tightly contested Zim dancehall genre. Shinsoman broke new ground by becoming one of the few dancehall chanters to sing alongside a live band. He unveiled his band in March 2014.[3]


He won the Best Song of the Year award for "Mawaya waya" at the 2013 Zim Dancehall Awards.[4]


No Doubt

  • Chikoko
  • Advise
  • Mombe Dzepataundi
  • Mhamha Devante
  • Ndini Shinso
  • Famba Navo
  • Ndakupenga
  • Mawaya
  • Zvikomborero
  • Paya pamakati ft Killer T
  • Pool party
  • Marambadoro
  • Baby help
  • Maghetto youths[5]

Insanity Claims

In 2013 there were claims that the talented chanter had gone insane. It was reported that he suffered a mental condition in December leading to him being hospitalised in South Africa. Shinsoman however rubbished the claims saying the claims were made by people bent to destroy his career. He went on to release a single "Takupenga" on the 2014 New Year’s Eve to squash the reports.[6] The claims of his insanity seemed unfounded considering that there was no real tangible evidence save for the rumours.

Picture Gallery


Shinsoman- -hanzi ndakupenga 2014 (Offical video)

Shinsoman - Mawaya waya

Shinsoman - Mai Devante

Shinsoman ft Soul Jah Love hatichabatika

Shinsoman & Soul Jah Love Freestyles For Zim Entertainment

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More News Headlines


  1. Nelson Musonza, Shinsoman dazzles MSU fans, DailyNews, Published: 21 October 2013, Retrieved: 4 April 2014
  2. Jonathan Mbiriyamveka, Sniper fires warning shots, The Herald Published: 16 August 2013, Retrieved: 4 April 2014
  3. Tawanda Marwizi , ‘Fans are my advisors’, The Herald, Published: 26 March 2014, Retrieved: 4 April 2014
  4. Dakarai Mashava, Winky D shines at Zimbabwe Dancehall Awards, DailyNews, Published: 28 March 2014, Retrieved: 4 April 2014
  5. Shinsoman, SonicHits, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: July 10, 2015
  6. iHarare, Shinsoman, Akupenga new release mp3 download, iHarare, Published: 9 January 2014, Retrieved:4 April 2014