Dancehall music sensation Winky D is the embodiment of the phrase which says ‘you can’t keep a good man down’.
He has been a recipient of massive criticism for his mediocre video productions that did disservice to his top hits.
However, this Valentines Day fans had love for him after he dropped a well choreographed visual and equally well done song simply titled MuGarden.
The song is a collaboration with South Africa based Gemma Griffiths who has in the past ‘mimicked’ Winky D’s songs with her popular rendition being the “Musarova Bigman ‘ piano version’.
The track is nice, mellow and romantic and Winky D depicts the biblical garden of Eden where he waxed lyrical about his lover and urged her not to feed him with the ‘forbidden fruit ‘ like what the Biblical Eve is famed for.
The track has broken the internet with a record number of views on YouTube within two days of release.
He recorded 115 000 views in such a space of time and he should monetise that feat.
Lately, Winky D has been accused of lacing political innuendo in his lyrical content especially the song Jecha which resulted in him being physically attacked in Kwekwe.
This departure from such content seems to be what the doctor ordered for him this month of love and he has proved why he remains in the local music hall of fame.
The song had the midas touch of producers Marcelo and Oskid who has proved to be Winky D ‘s talisman in all of his major hits.
This song also serves as an impetus for Gemma’s musical career and she must capitalise on the glory and ride to the pinnacle of the industry as few female artistes have maintained consistency in the game.