(real name Alishias Musimbe) is a controversial Zimbabwean rapper whose rapping style is similar to that of the American rapper Eminem
. He rose to fame with tracks like "Kwedu Kuchafiwa" which loosely translated to "My Loved Ones Shall Die Too!". It's a song bad mouthing an inheriting son by boasting that his rich relatives shall die too and he will also get inheritance money and women.
In the track "Dhara Rangu" ("My Old Man") he compares God to a streetwise grandpa and in "Madam Mombeshora" he sings about an illicit relationship with his school teacher.
These are but just a few examples but Maskiri has proven to be popular in the Zimbabwe Hip Hop scene (which is often referred to as Urban Grooves). He has had quite successful collaboration concerts and has released the following albums, Blue Movie, Muviri Wese ("The Entire Body") and the very popular Tapinda Tapinda.