When it comes to relevant street soundtracks that reflect what society is going through rap crew by the name BGS which stands for Blessed Genius Souls is all about that. With their fresh hit single titled Ngifuni Mali which translates to “I want that money” the crew stays true to feeding the streets with an energizing track for you to go out and get that money especially considering the economic hardships being faced in their country of Zimbabwe a former bread basket of the continent. The relevance in the song couldn’t have come at a better time as BGS seek to inspire the audience to handle their business responsibly on a 3D Beats production. So if you’re about getting your money and achieving your goals then this right here is all you need… After all, it’s all about the money right?
Blessed Genius Souls simply known as BGS is a Hip Hop Groups from Zimbabwe’s Sunshine City of Harare which also is the capital city of the country. The group is made up of OG Sound City, Decarpo Dayz & ChaNterTj. They formed the group in January 2017 and would soon after released the singles Sasase and Give Me Something featuring AnonziXndr with the former having a video which was shot by talented video Director LeoyV who is slowly making a huge name for himself in the visual space in Zimbabwe.
In that same year BGS would go on to launch their debut EP titled Blessed. They would go on to drop a video for a cypher with the same title of Blessed which was shot by Rockers Mix. Their hard work which also included them doing countless media appearances and live shows frequently resulted in them receiving a Zimbabwe Hip Hop Award nomination in the Best Group category.
2019 began with the group releasing Enough is Enough featuring OG Sound City & Decarpo Dayz. The song would go on to get rotation on local radio stations as well as features on international radio stations such as Nam Radio (UK) on their Hip Hop 263 The Other Side Ep5 and on The Naboth RIZLA Experience Ep25 on ZANJ RADIO (Jamaica). In a recent interview conducted by Zimbabwe Hip Hop Award Nominee Tanaka Denglish the crew took time to explain why only two members instead of 3 contributed to the single Enough is Enough.
As if releasing the Ngifuni Mali single was not enough BGS has continued to do live shows including their most recent one in Hatcliff (Harare) hosted by House of Arts in September. So for more on their consistent progress keep up with them on the following social media accounts: