Who would have thought that high-flying Zimdancehall chanter Enzo Ishall is multi-talented? Not the singing and dropping witty punchlines talent, but boy, the guy can also act.
Enzo Ishall released the video of his controversial song, Bhiza Rinoda Mutasvi on Thursday evening and people are loving it if social media is anything to go by.
Bhiza Rinoda Mutasvi literally means a horse that needs a rider, and in street lingo, bhiza also refers to a full-figure or thick beautiful women.
Enzo, clad in Samurai attire flees on to the scene on the back of a horse in a n attempt to save his “bhiza” (beautiful lady) who seems to have been captured by assailants.
He jumps off the horse-back and like a real martial artist, he uses roundhorse kicks, crescent kicks, axe kicks, butterfly kicks and front and back kicks and finishes one of the assailant off with his sword as he saves his “bhiza”.
This video shows how Enzo is maturing in terms of video production, the quality, concept, camera movements and everything that one may expect on a world class music video is what makes up the chanter’s video.
As shown in the video, Bhiza Rinoda Mutasvi is a metaphor that has different meanings and it is up to you to go with the meaning you want.
This video is certainly a wake up call to many artistes in Zimbabwe who have been sleeping on the job and giving fans half-baked projects.
Shout-out to Enzo Ishall who has continued to stay afloat in the game, many thought that he would not last a year in the music industry, now he is flying high.