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Watch As Sniper Storm Speaks On Winky D, Chipo Muchegwa, Zanu PF Ties!

Sniper Storm’s journey to prominence is a testament to his resilience and talent. Born Donald Chirisa, he rose from humble beginnings to become one of the most influential figures in Zimbabwean music. His early forays into music were marked by a relentless pursuit of his craft, as he honed his skills and developed his unique sound.

It was in the early 2000s that Sniper Storm emerged as a trailblazer in the Zimdancehall scene. With hits like “Munamato Wangu” and “Kwarira Mukati,” he captured the hearts of audiences across the country and solidified his status as a bona fide star. His electrifying performances and thought-provoking lyrics resonated with listeners, earning him a devoted fan base and widespread acclaim.

However, with success came scrutiny, and Sniper Storm found himself embroiled in a series of high-profile rivalries, most notably with fellow Zimdancehall artist Winky D. The rivalry between the two artists captured the imagination of fans and dominated headlines, with each artist vying for supremacy in the fiercely competitive music industry.

In his candid interview, Sniper Storm reflected on his rivalry with Winky D, acknowledging the intense competition but also expressing respect for his fellow artist. “Winky is a talented artist, and I have nothing but respect for him,” he remarked. “Our rivalry was born out of a mutual desire to push ourselves to be the best we can be.”

Beyond his music career, Sniper Storm’s association with Zanu PF has been a subject of controversy and speculation. While some have criticized him for aligning himself with the ruling party, others have applauded his activism and outspoken support for the government.

Source | ZiMetro


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