Allan Dyce Brings His A-Game With New EP Titled 'ABANDAZI'

 By Tawanda Chari 

Young, radiant, dynamic, and born in the City of Progress (Gweru) is Kuzivakwashe Allan Nyengedza, a Hip-Hop/Rap artist based in Kwekwe, and known by his stage name ‘Allan Dyce’.

Dyce has released an EP, ABANDAZI, which is Xhosa for ‘They Don't Know Me’. He has been around a while, an album to his name too, but the music industry is difficult to navigate and make that breakthrough. Abandazi caught our attention; the title track features Asaph and Dyce had to be dope to get The People's Rapper spit a verse for his track.

He released an album titled Korona (Crown), voted to be part of the Kings of Hip-hop for Hip-hop Basement Power FM in 2018. He has over 20 singles in his discography. The new EP is a five track project.

Ndiripo Zvangu is the intro track where he had to remind us that he is still around even though he had not released music in over a year. He lays his vision in B.E.T, a track about how he would one day win the prestigious BET award. B.E.T is also a metaphor for him being successful in general in his musical career.

Ini Newe is a sampled version of the urban groves hit Tinodanana by Alexio and Tererai with a hip-hop feel to it. He roped in the mellow soulful voice of Ruvimbonashe.

Dyce is entertaining. He gets you hooked from the first listen. Great delivery with perfect cadence. His beat selection is also great. He works with Larynx a lot; obviously the production aspect of his music is in safe hands. Larynx really means creator of sound. That speaks volumes on it's own.

Listen to Abandazi by Allan Dyce via this link.

You can get in touch with him via his socials:

Twitter: @allandyce21

Facebook: Allan Dyce

YouTube: Allan Dyce


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