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'''Mudiwa Hood''' is a sensational Zimbabwean gospel Hip Hop artist who rose to fame with his hit songs such as "Ndaita mari" and "Anhu acho tisu". He is one of the big names in the local music genre that have popularised gospel hip-hop in Zimbabwe.
'''Mudiwa Hood''' is a sensational Zimbabwean gospel Hop-hop rapper who rose to game with his hit songs such as "Ndaita mari" and "Anhu acho tisu". He is one of the big names in the local music genre that have popularised gospel hip-hop in [[Zimbabwe]].
 
  
 
== Background ==
 
== Background ==
Mudiwa's real name is '''Wanisai Tendai Mutandwa''' and is the first born in a family of four.  He was born on the 24th of July in 1985.<ref name="standard"> S. Charumbira, [http://www.thestandard.co.zw/2013/11/17/mudiwa-preacher-happens-rap/ Mudiwa, a preacher who happens to rap],''The Standard'', published:17 Nov 2013,retrieved:29 Jun 2015 </ref> His other two siblings are Shupikai and Terrance.<ref name="standard"/> The name Mutandwa was adopted by his grandfather after he had divorced his wife on racial grounds. Mudiwa went on adopt the name.<ref name="standard"/> He is married to [[Karen Molly King]].<ref name="standard"/>
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Mudiwa Hood's real name is '''Mudiwa Mtandwa''' and is the last born in a family of four.  He was born on the 24th of July in 1985.<ref name="standard">S. Charumbira, [http://www.thestandard.co.zw/2013/11/17/mudiwa-preacher-happens-rap/ Mudiwa, a preacher who happens to rap],''The Standard'', published:17 Nov 2013, retrieved:29 Jun 2015</ref> His other siblings are Shupikai Mtandwa,  Terrance Mtandwa and [[Wanisai | Wanisai Tendai Mtandwa]] who is also a musician.<ref name="standard"/> The name Mtandwa was adopted by his grandfather after he had divorced his wife on racial grounds.<ref name="standard"/> He is engaged to Karen Molly King.<ref name="standard"/>
  
 
== Education ==
 
== Education ==
 
He did his secondary education at [[Nyazura High School]].<ref name="new nzim">, [http://www.newzimbabwe.com/SHOWBIZ-8995-The+Truth+About+Mudiwa/SHOWBIZ.aspx The Truth About: Mudiwa],''New Zimbabwe'', published:9 Sep 2012,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"</ref> He studied MBA at [[Africa University]] and graduated with a first class degree.<ref name="standard"/>
 
He did his secondary education at [[Nyazura High School]].<ref name="new nzim">, [http://www.newzimbabwe.com/SHOWBIZ-8995-The+Truth+About+Mudiwa/SHOWBIZ.aspx The Truth About: Mudiwa],''New Zimbabwe'', published:9 Sep 2012,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"</ref> He studied MBA at [[Africa University]] and graduated with a first class degree.<ref name="standard"/>
  
== Music Career ==
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== Music career ==
 
== Discography ==
 
== Discography ==
 
*Mudiwa Ndinokuda - 2005
 
*Mudiwa Ndinokuda - 2005
 
*When I do what I do - 2006
 
*When I do what I do - 2006
 
*Jesu Anodadisa - 2008  
 
*Jesu Anodadisa - 2008  
=== Magnet - 2011 ===
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*Magnet - 2011
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*Mwana Wamambo (2015)
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== Picture Gallery ==
 
== Picture Gallery ==
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==Videos==
 
==Videos==
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{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1DT5AiZ-z4|450||Mudiwa Hood on the Shift Campus|frame|}}
 
{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QuUeFOkdU0|450||Mudiwa Hood Ft. KindahQuet |frame|}}
 
{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QuUeFOkdU0|450||Mudiwa Hood Ft. KindahQuet |frame|}}
 
{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eadf7NL7tXE|450||Mudiwa Hood - Coming Out|frame|}}
 
{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eadf7NL7tXE|450||Mudiwa Hood - Coming Out|frame|}}
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{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqSsRvt6eqE|450||GGB ft Mudiwa & Yung Karville- Zvaakufaya|frame|}}
 
{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqSsRvt6eqE|450||GGB ft Mudiwa & Yung Karville- Zvaakufaya|frame|}}
 
{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5EdyAl0sJA|450||[[Fungisai Mashavave]] ft Mudiwa - Wedding Bells|frame|}}
 
{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5EdyAl0sJA|450||[[Fungisai Mashavave]] ft Mudiwa - Wedding Bells|frame|}}
{{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POeDPCGyWBY|450||Shaina neni - Mudiwa Hood ft [[Cindy Munyavi]] (Zimbabwe)|frame|}}
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== Mentorship and Inspiration ==
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Mudiwa claim s that his , music is inspired by Prophet Prophet [[Uebert Angel]] of [[Spirit Embassy]]. In 2013, soon after bagging three awards from the ZimHipHop Awards, Mudiwa given a splashy Kompressor as a gift for his outstanding work in spreading the gospel through music.<ref name="nehanda radio">, [http://nehandaradio.com/2013/01/10/uebert-angel-donates-mercedes-to-musician/ Uebert Angel donates Mercedes to Musician],''Nehanda Radio'', published: 10 Jan 2013,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"</ref> In some of his songs, Mudiwa also pays tribute leader of [[United Family Interdenominational Church]] [[Emmanuel Makandiwa]].
  
 
== Awards ==
 
== Awards ==
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*People's Choice Award.<ref name="New Zimbabwe">, [http://www.newzimbabwe.com/showbiz-13524-Mudiwa+dominates+Hip+Hop+awards/showbiz.aspx Mudiwa dominates Hip Hop awards],''New Zimbabwe'', published:16 Dec 2013,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"</ref>
 
*People's Choice Award.<ref name="New Zimbabwe">, [http://www.newzimbabwe.com/showbiz-13524-Mudiwa+dominates+Hip+Hop+awards/showbiz.aspx Mudiwa dominates Hip Hop awards],''New Zimbabwe'', published:16 Dec 2013,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"</ref>
  
== Acting Career ==
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== Acting career ==
 
In 2014, Mudiwa featured in a local Christian movie called [[Deception]]. The movie was produced by [[Eagle Eye Movie Productions]]<ref name="facebook">, [https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=530344617100356&set=t.1216304768&type=3&theater],''Mudiwa Facebook Page'', published:23 Oct 2014,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"</ref>
 
In 2014, Mudiwa featured in a local Christian movie called [[Deception]]. The movie was produced by [[Eagle Eye Movie Productions]]<ref name="facebook">, [https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=530344617100356&set=t.1216304768&type=3&theater],''Mudiwa Facebook Page'', published:23 Oct 2014,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"</ref>
  
 
== Endorsement Deals ==
 
== Endorsement Deals ==
 
Besides his music career, Mudiwa is also brand ambassador for:
 
Besides his music career, Mudiwa is also brand ambassador for:
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*[[Steward Bank]]
 
*[[Sterkinekor Zimbabwe]]
 
*[[Sterkinekor Zimbabwe]]
 
*[[4may Boutique]]  
 
*[[4may Boutique]]  
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== Controversy ==
 
== Controversy ==
 
===Controversy with Stunner===
 
===Controversy with Stunner===
In 2015, Mudiwa was involved in a controversy with rapper [[Stunner]] of the Godo fame.  The two artists are said go have been working with one producer named [[Craig Bone]] and they ended up producing a song called "Vane godo vandikonewa"  with the same title and same bit. It was not clear who the owner of the song was.<ref name="herald"> T, Zimoyo, [http://www.herald.co.zw/stunner-mudiwa-clash/ Stunner, Mudiwa, Clash],''The Herald'', published:9 Jun 2015,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"</ref>  
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In 2015, Mudiwa was involved in a controversy with rapper [[Stunner]] of the "Godo" fame.  The two artists are said go have been working with one producer named [[Craig Bone]] and they ended up producing a song called "Vane godo vandikonewa"  with the same title and same bit. It was not clear who the owner of the song was.<ref name="herald">T, Zimoyo, [http://www.herald.co.zw/stunner-mudiwa-clash/ Stunner, Mudiwa, Clash],''The Herald'', published:9 Jun 2015,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"</ref>  
  
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Latest revision as of 15:58, 22 May 2020

Musician
Mudiwa Hood (Zlatan)
Mudiwa Hood, Mudiwa Hood Mtandwa, Mudiwa Hood Mutandwa
Mudiwa Mtandwa Image Via: Mudiwa Hood Facebook Profile
BornMudiwa Mtandwa
(1985-07-24) July 24, 1985 (age 35)
Harare
ResidenceBorrowdale Brook
NationalityZimbabwean
EducationNyazura High School, Africa University
Occupation
  • Musician
  • Songwriter
  • Actor
Years active2005 - present
Known forHip Hop Music
Notable workTaita Mari, I’m Slaying, Anhu Wacho
StyleAfro Urban Hip Hop
Home townBorrowdale Brooke
TelevisionThe Deception
Partner(s)Karen King
Relatives2 brothers: Wanisai Tendai Mtandwa and Terrance Mtandwa; 1 sister: Shupikai Mtandwa

Mudiwa Hood is a sensational Zimbabwean gospel Hip Hop artist who rose to fame with his hit songs such as "Ndaita mari" and "Anhu acho tisu". He is one of the big names in the local music genre that have popularised gospel hip-hop in Zimbabwe.

Background

Mudiwa Hood's real name is Mudiwa Mtandwa and is the last born in a family of four. He was born on the 24th of July in 1985.[1] His other siblings are Shupikai Mtandwa, Terrance Mtandwa and Wanisai Tendai Mtandwa who is also a musician.[1] The name Mtandwa was adopted by his grandfather after he had divorced his wife on racial grounds.[1] He is engaged to Karen Molly King.[1]

Education

He did his secondary education at Nyazura High School.[2] He studied MBA at Africa University and graduated with a first class degree.[1]

Music career

Discography

  • Mudiwa Ndinokuda - 2005
  • When I do what I do - 2006
  • Jesu Anodadisa - 2008
  • Magnet - 2011
  • Mwana Wamambo (2015)

Picture Gallery

Videos

Mudiwa Hood on the Shift Campus
Mudiwa Hood Ft. KindahQuet
Mudiwa Hood - Coming Out
Mudiwa Hood feat Craig Bone Anhu Acho Tisu
GGB ft Mudiwa & Yung Karville- Zvaakufaya
Fungisai Mashavave ft Mudiwa - Wedding Bells

Mentorship and Inspiration

Mudiwa claim s that his , music is inspired by Prophet Prophet Uebert Angel of Spirit Embassy. In 2013, soon after bagging three awards from the ZimHipHop Awards, Mudiwa given a splashy Kompressor as a gift for his outstanding work in spreading the gospel through music.[3] In some of his songs, Mudiwa also pays tribute leader of United Family Interdenominational Church Emmanuel Makandiwa.

Awards

ZimHipHop Awards 2014

  • Song of the Year Award[4]
  • Best Video
  • People's Choice Award.[5]

Acting career

In 2014, Mudiwa featured in a local Christian movie called Deception. The movie was produced by Eagle Eye Movie Productions[6]

Endorsement Deals

Besides his music career, Mudiwa is also brand ambassador for:

Controversy

Controversy with Stunner

In 2015, Mudiwa was involved in a controversy with rapper Stunner of the "Godo" fame. The two artists are said go have been working with one producer named Craig Bone and they ended up producing a song called "Vane godo vandikonewa" with the same title and same bit. It was not clear who the owner of the song was.[7]


References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 S. Charumbira, Mudiwa, a preacher who happens to rap,The Standard, published:17 Nov 2013, retrieved:29 Jun 2015
  2. 2.0 2.1 , The Truth About: Mudiwa,New Zimbabwe, published:9 Sep 2012,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"
  3. , Uebert Angel donates Mercedes to Musician,Nehanda Radio, published: 10 Jan 2013,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"
  4. , Mudiwa Hood Scoops Prestigious ZimHipHopAward,ZimEye, published:20 Dec 2014,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"
  5. , Mudiwa dominates Hip Hop awards,New Zimbabwe, published:16 Dec 2013,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"
  6. , [1],Mudiwa Facebook Page, published:23 Oct 2014,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"
  7. T, Zimoyo, Stunner, Mudiwa, Clash,The Herald, published:9 Jun 2015,retrieved:29 Jun 2015"