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Urban groove pioneers Enock “Ex-Q” Munhenga and Rockford “Roki” Josphats might have realised yet another opportunity to dominate the music scene thanks to their new hit song “Alleluya”. The two musicians who once ruled the roost in their heyday have not had hit anthems in a while. Roki has been on the limelight with “Number One”. His last best hit was “Chidzoka” from 2009 while Ex-Q’s anthem was “Ndokutevera”, which featured Roki.

The new song that was recorded at rising music studio KeNako Muzik, is a come-back track that is proving the duo are like the proverbial cat with nine lives.

The song has become so popular that the duo have earned a “Five City Tour” together with top deejays Ash Stylez and Nivek of the Game Recognise Game fame and their recording studio’s deejay Tamuka. The song’s video is doing well clocking 70 000 views on social media.

“We felt it was about time the KeNako stars Roki and Ex-Q interact with their fans and make new fans through their music and lifestyle. We guarantee Zimbabwe and the world an explosive tour with the stars giving their best collaboration and single performances,” said Nomaliso Ncube from KeNako Studio.

Liquids Bar in Masvingo marks the first stop tomorrow with the group being tipped to promote their new songs that they will mix with their older songs.

The tour will also take them to Mutare’s Bar Code on August 7, Kwekwe Sports Club the following weekend and FC Platinum Club in Zvishavane, wrapping up in Bulawayo’s 4040 Club in the fifth week.

The group seems to have recruited a winning team considering that their recording stable is the one behind Killar T’s current album that is taking Zimdancehall by storm together with popular songs by Seh Calaz.

They also have the support of local businessman Shepherd “Sheppy Tarzy” Tsanduka who is providing touring cars for the artistes.

The businessman who admitted to being a big fan of Roki and Ex-Q’s new song said he felt compelled to do his part in supporting local music.

“After witnessing a lack of representation yet again at the continental music awards and music channels, I feel it is our responsibility as people in business to uplift local talent. I urge more people in the corporate sector to bear with our local musicians,” he said.

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