Cello Culture
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Cello Culture
Background information
Birth nameTinashe Gamure Munengami
Born (1990-09-28) September 28, 1990 (age 30)
Mbare, Harare
GenresZimdancehall, Reggae
Occupation(s)Zimdancehall Artist
Associated actsTransit Crew


Cello Culture is among some of the top artists in Zimbabwe who specialises in the Zimdancehall genre. He is also the lead vocalist in the popular reggae group, Transit Crew. One of his most outstanding tracks was a collaboration with Soul Jah Love on the track "Minana" which won an award for the best collaboration in the Zimdancehall Awards for the year 2014

Background

Cello Culture was born Tinashe Gamure Munengami on September 28, 1990 in Mbare and is the first-born child in a family of three.[1] He attended Chitsere Primary School before moving to Harare High School for his secondary education.[1] Cello Culture is a nephew to the late Culture T, who was a founding member of popular reggae outfit Transit Crew.

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Music career

It is said that Cello Culture started singing at a very tender age drawing much inspiration from his uncle Culture T. He broke into the limelight with hits such as "Minana" which also features another Zim dancehall veteran, Soul Jah Love. The track received widespread airplay due to its hard-hitting lyrics on the way in which religion has become money centred and miracle performance. Cello is now the lead vocalist of the group Transit Crew since 2011. He has also worked with other prominent artists such as Kinnah and Taurai Mandebvu.[1]

Awards

Zimdancehall Awards 2013

  • Best collaboration With Soul Jah Love (Song: Minana)

2014 Zimdancehall Awards

  • Nominated for the Most Disciplined Artist

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Discography

  • Minana featuring Soul Jah Love
  • Cha Chii
  • Ndokudza Mwari
  • Kwatabva kure

Videos

Minana


Ndokudza Mwari


Kwatabva kure




References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Ivan Zhakata Cello Culture laments sabotage of upcoming Zimdancehall stars, Celebrity Magazine, Published: November 19, 2014, Retrieved: June 2, 2015