The war is still on: Seh Calaz. “The war is still on. There is no way we are going to stop, no not when we have not won the war. “Mabhanditi are known for not throwing in the towel so it’s still on,” said Seh Calaz. Calaz added that he had nothing with Chillspot but they took it personally when he opened Yala Nation.Seh Calaz has declared that the war between Yala Nation and Chillspot Records is far from over. The Mbare bred chanter opened up during his guest appearance on ZTN’s most-watched soccer show – The Couch – where the MaBanditi boss owed viewers.
“Chillspot ndandisina basa nayo ende handina basa nayo, l opened the studio to help struggling Ghetto youths with talent and only for them to think we had something against them. “Fantan should know that we made Chillspot because takasimukirana during the time when he was writing our songs on flash disks and memory cards,” added Seh Calaz.
Seh Calaz has released diss songs for Chillspot with Vape hondo making rounds on Social media. King George who is one of the members in Seh Calaz’s camp said Chillspot provoked Seh Calaz so there is more to come.
“As you might be aware, Chillspot attacked Seh Calaz out of the blue on a story that he had nothing to do with him. “So without beating about the bush, yes the two tracks are a direct response to Chillspot. The hardcore Calaz always comes out of his shell when lunatics misbehave.
“There will be definitely more to come if he is provoked and to be clearer we are continuing this war because Chillspot think they can get away with everything they do,” said King George.
Seh Calaz made it public that he is bringing the hardcore Calaz during a show he performed. “Chillspot think they have it all, they did that to Blot, Silent Killer and got away with it but as for me l will show them Seh Calaz Mubhanditi not Boss Yala. “Till they learn l will not be stopping, the hardcore Calaz will teach them a proper lesson,” he said.
The war between two stables Chillspot Records and Yalanation Studios might have moved to another level after the recent fight, which took place. The two stables have been exchanging blows on and off social media.
Yalanation Studios’ publicist Damson George has issued a statement dismissing allegations that they were first to attack the Chillspot stable.He said they would not be quiet after Levels had launched a direct attack on Seh Calaz.“This level of stupidity and buffoonery can’t go unchallenged by attacking Seh Calaz you are also attacking his fans and how they respond or retaliate is beyond our control.
“There is no finished artist who holds local, regional and international shows month in, month out. He has been dissed by some of the Chillspot Records artists but has maintained his cool and has never responded.
“Yalanation Studios was not opened to be a profit venture it’s a CSR project meant to help the ghetto youths who were not getting an opportunity at other studios due to lack of funds,’’ said George.
Yalanation publicist went on to say Chillspot records must accept the fact that they are now two studios in Mbare and they must not personalise the genre.“Chillspot Records must accept and get used to the fact that there is another studio in Mbare giving ghetto youths an opportunity without treating them like slaves.
“Chillspot Records must know that they don’t own Zimdancehall and that Zimdancehall is bigger than what their small heads and minds can comprehend.
“Artistes like Seh Calaz and others made Chillspot Records the household name it is when Levels was still in the village herding cattle, their threats and insults mean nothing we will not tolerate that nonsense anymore,” he said.
“We need to debunk the myth they are creating that they own the industry,” he added.
When contacted for comment Chillspot’s Levels said Calaz’s publicist was a joker.
“Uyu unorwara we will not make any further comments as Chillspot,” said Levels
Fans have lately divided over the issue as it seems like what is being said about Chillspot Records is true however, some have stood with the with the Fantan led stable.