It's here. Subtitled as an ode to Zimbabwe's street hustlers. T1 WeMa1 and Guluva Se7en bring Victor Enlisted's production to life in Mhanya.
We all know the informal heroes who brought back the famous Willards Thingz (featured on the cover) from obscurity. In this day and age of high unemployment rates, most have resorted to becoming street vendors, who are a regular site in the any city business district in Zimbabwe.
Mhanya (Shona for Run) is word synonymous with a lot of street vendors as they are constantly on the run from the local authorities. This is because they will risk confiscation of their wares if caught as they will be informal establishments with no proper legal trading documentation.
This is a fitting love ballad to the street hustlers who put their life in harm's way, just to make ends meet and feed their families.
This is the first single off T1's sophomore album Ghetto Rap.
Stream and download Mhanya below