Dancehall chanter Enzo Ishall is back with another controversial song titled ‘Mutasvi’ which will set tongues wagging.
‘Mutasvi’ is a Shona word which means horse rider or jockey and in street lingo, big women or exquisite women are referred to as horses.
‘Bhiza rinoda rinoda mutasvi’ , he sings in the beginning of the song.
Enzo and and his Chillspot Recordz handlers have since distanced themselves to the other controversial narrative, making it clear that it is pure musical.
“This song talks about any extra ordinary power that needs handling, with Enzo in this case being the handler and dancehall being the horse.”
Listen to the audio below