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Tipsy
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Background information
Birth name Nigel Makoni
Born (1994-03-02) March 2, 1994 (age 23)
Highfields
Genres Zimdancehall
Occupation(s) Zimdancehall Artist, Songwriter
Years active 2012 to present
Associated acts Soul Jah Love


Tipsy is a Zimdancehall artist. Tipsy is popularly known for songs that include Mabhanditi Dairai and Musatisiye. In February 2015, Tipsy was nominated for an award in the Zimdancehall Awards 2014.

Background

Tipsy's real name is Nigel Makoni. He was born in Highfields on 2 March 1994 and is the first born in a family of two. He has a sister. His favourite colour is red and he likes rice Education

He did his primary education at Mbizi Primary School and his secondary school education at Highfield High 1 School. Career

Tipsy has performed on a lot of platforms locally which has seen him sharing the stage with other Zimdancehall artists such as Ras Pompy and Soul Jah Love. one of the most outstanding tracks done by the artist was a collaboration with Soul Jah Love on the track titled "Kakanakirwa". The song was played on numerous radio channels locally. The artist also penned a song inspired by a story of a woman who caught her husband with another woman in their matrimonial home.[1] Discography

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Awards

2014 Zimdacehall Awards

  • Nominated for the best Collaboration with Ras Pompy- Change Gear
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References

  1. Fundira family spills into music, Nehanda Radio, Published: June 6, 2014, Retrieved: June 8, 2015