Believe it or not, legendary Dancehall chanter Darlington Zhanje who is affectionately known as Dadza D does not have a music album in his name. Yes, you read well, the only album in his name is the one he jointly dropped with Guspy Warrior a couple of years ago.
Dadza who is well respected in the Dancehall circles and known for his energetic performances has been in the music industry for more than a decade and it is very odd for an artist like him not to have a solid project to himself.
The Prince of Fire, as he is also known as probably have his own reasons for not having a music album in his name. Maybe, as we are now living in a world where music streaming is king, Dadza had foreseen that dropping an album is tricky because not many people might sit down and play it back to back.
The reason why Dadza doesn’t have an album in his name is probably a topic for another day.
That being said, Dadza D is about to drop an Extended Play (EP) if his social media post is anything to go by. Though it is not an album, this is going to be the first project that he is going to drop in his name.
Dadza D was not clear on when he is going to drop the EP but, on behalf of Zimdancehall fans, we certainly cannot wait for the project.
The Chitungwiza based Dancehall chanter is also popularly known for songs like Magetsi Aenda, Ba Fungi and Ngunzu which featured King Labash.
Dadza D recently featured on Holy Ten’s latest album Risky Life on a track titled Time.