URBAN grooves sensation Enock Guni aka Nox is set to perform during the United States and Canada virtual awards ceremony titled Zimbabwe Achievers Awards (Zaa) tonight.
Zaa seeks to recognise Zimbabweans based in diaspora for outstanding and notable achievements.
It is an internationally-recognised awards brand which recognises, celebrates and promotes innovative and commendable high achievements by people and organisations of Zimbabwean descent as well as connected partners from various backgrounds around the world.
The awards were founded in 2010 by United Kingdom-based Zimbabwean businessman, Conrad Mwanza and have grown over the last decade to become one of the premier annual diaspora social events attracting various personalities, businessmen and diplomats to the awards dinner galas.
The Ndinonyara singer announced on his social media handle.
“I am headlining this Zaa awards ceremony (USA and Canada) this Saturday alongside my loyal comrade and brother Tyfah Guni.”
Meanwhile Nox is one of the musicians doing well in the music industry. Last year he collaborated with Skeleton singer Master KG and dropped a love chanter titled My Melody.
“It keeps getting better and better; 2021 is the year we take that African crown,” Nox added.
Nox is a Zimbabwean urban grooves musician based in South Africa; he is one of the pioneers of the urban grooves music. He rose to stardom after releasing his debut album titled Wandipengesa in 2004.
In 2007 he became part of a group titled Afrounik comprising Tawanda Mugodi and Trevor Dongo, the group once released an album titled Unikness.
Some of Nox’s albums include Zim’s finest: Tisu tine yese and others.