Winky D (Zimbabwean artist Wallace Chirumiko)
Winky D (born Wallace Chirumiko in Harare) is a Zimbabwean reggae–dancehall artist, known popularly as "The Big Man" (stylized as "Di Bigman") Also known as Dancehall Igwe. Winky D a.k.a. Wallace Chirumiko was born in Zimbabwe on 1 February 1983 in Harare’s ghetto, Kambuzuma the home town of some notable Zimbabwean celebrities such as prince Tendai and Radio and TV personality Admire Mhungu and Keith Mawoyo who later moved to Sunningdale
Winky D was among the artists featured in the Southern Africa Music Airwaves (SAMA) Festival 2009. Award winning best dressed Zimdancehall arist 2014 at the second edition Zimdancehall Award held March 2015.
Winky D is one man who has lyrics that will continue inspiring you long after the track has stopped playing. Winky D started featuring in the GHETTO LANE CLASHES, and his victories in these contests earned him great respect amongst the fans who gave him the nickname Winky D from Wicked Deejay.