Pax Nindi Harare Dread | Dzidzo (Education)

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Dzidzo (Education)

by Pax Nindi Harare Dread

African roots reggae music sung in Shona, Chewa and English with extended dub mixes.
Genre: World: African- Central
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1. Chaminuka
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2. No More Culture of Fear
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3. Akuti (They Are Saying)
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4. Porisi Ofisa Dub
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5. Ndiye (That's the Person)
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6. Umodzi (Oneness)
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7. Mau (Words)
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8. Inzwa Dub (Listen Dub)
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9. Shandayi (Work)
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10. Yakanaka (It's Nice)
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11. Chaminuka Shirimix (Birdmix)
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Album Notes
In the mid 80s Pax Nindi now performing as Harare Dread, decided to base his music in Europe to develop a world wide audience He is one of the most captivating ambassadors ever to emerge from the African soils, brandishing his distinctive concoction of African Reggae rhythms with thought provoking lyrics.

The Dzidzo album is a good example of how Pax Nindi is moving reggae into musical territories mapped out by the sounds and rhythms of Africa -Agrippa Goredema Freelance Journalist

Dreads Flying, feet skanking, Harare Dread left the students in a trance
T3D - Exeter University

150 young people came to our Jazz and Roots Club event and it was brilliant to see the place full of young people dancing, getting a feel for Pax Nindi’s beat and understanding more about African Reggae, its roots and history. – It was a great atmosphere!
Dave Bassett – Drum To DJ project

After the encores, Pax Nindi left the Notting Hill punters screaming for more African Reggae in a space where others had failed to get the crowds moving
DJ Wala - Limpopo Club

Recognised for his distinctive concoction of Afrikan Reggae rhythms with thought provoking lyrics, Pax HD is one of the most captivating musical ambassadors ever to emerge from the Afrikan soils. His distinct style is like a breath of fresh air in the music business now saturated by copycats.
Brian Moyo – Zimbabwe Sunday Mail

A sight not to be missed
World Of Music and Dance (WOMAD)

The social and political resistance from, the underprivileged but very positive communities are the main influences of his music.
Combined Arts Services


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Ian Chanakira

Best Music Ever Which Changed My Life
I once had the Dzidzo album long time ago when Harare Dread performed in Gwanzura Stadium backed by Rain band and he threw the CDs to crowd. That album changed my life and since today I havent heard any better and very original album from anyone artist. I misplaced it and now the wonders of the internet I have got it and boy it still has the same effect on me. Thank you CDBaby for letting Zimbabwe get back its music without censorship from the govermental peoples.