Nox is simply an African Urban Contemporary Artist, Born Enock Guni better known as Nox on the 6th of September 1983; He grew up in the ghetto of Kuwadzana, Harare Zimbabwe, and Attended Kuwadzana 2 Primary School from 1990. In 1997 he enrolled at Ellis Robins High School in Malbereign, till 2000.
In the year 2001, he enrolled for A- Level at Morgan High School in Braeside/Arcadia where he started his music career in 2002. He was doing Economics, MOB and Geo and was one of the top students and came up with 12 points.
In 2003, Nox enrolled with Midlands State University for a Bcomm Honors Degree in marketing which he completed with flying colors in 2007. By October 2011, Nox had released many hit songs from his 6 albums and some of the hit songs are Iwe Maria, Nguva Ichauya, Chigutiro, Ruvarangu/Juliet, Kunerima, Washanduka, Ndinoshuwa, Kudakwashe, Iwe Rudo, Garandichauya, Wandinoda, Tanakirana, Ini Ndada, Andipengesa, Wenera and Fona.
He has performed with almost everyone in Zimbabwe, and has done duets with a lot of people including Oliver Mtukudzi and Alick Macheso. He has now become popular across the globe. Early Life Born in a family of 6 and now based in Midrand, South Africa. With 9 successful albums to his name since 2002, singer, songwriter, performer, founder/owner/CEO of Ice n Roes…..Africa, here is the future of African Urban Contemporary Music! Career In 2002 he participated in a reality ZTV show called Superstar. In 2003 whilst studying for his Marketing Degree at the Midlands States University he joined the Shape Zimbabwe project where he was spotted by Roy and Royce and he released his first hit radio single “Iwe Maria” In 2004 Nox released his first album titled “Wandipengesa” In 2005 under Chigutiro Stable he penned Chigutiro anthem together with Blush for Chigutiro Compilation 2. He also wrote songs for Diana Samkange and Nyasha on that album In 2006 Nox released his second studio album titled “Rhythm and Blues” where the song “Nguva Ichauya” featuring Cindy reached number 1 on Power FM’s top 100 in 2007.
In 2007 Nox joined forces with Tawanda Mugodhi and Trevor Dongo and they formed Afrounik and released an album titled “Uniqueness” which had a gospel hit song called Musipo. In 2008 Nox relocated to South Africa and released his third studio album titled “Chapter 3” which had a chat topping song titled “Ndinoshuwa” featuring Leonard Mapfumo. In 2009 Nox released his fourth album titled “Music Love and Me” which had “Garandichauya which was number 1 on Zimnet Radio Top 50. The album was used on various World Cup SA 2010 stadiums and had big names from all over Africa including 2 Face, P Square, Jozi, Nameless and others. The same song was also picked by MNET for their reality show, BIG BROTHER AFRICA ALL STARS and they played it several times in the House including Nox’s other Songs.
In 2010 Nox released his fifth album titled “Zim’s Finest: Tisu tine Yese” with hits such as “Ini” In the same year Nox invited his fellow Urban Grover’s for shows dubbed Urban Loving Concert in SA that saw Sniper, Trevor, Roki, Tawanda Mugodhi and Cindy performing. Ndada Tanakirana and Andipengesa, In 2011 Nox released his 6th album called: Classic Love Songs which had great love songs like Fona which featured Decibel and Trinta, Ngatisanyadzise ft Cindy, Vasikana Vanoda, Tsime Rerudo and 5 more. In 2012 Nox under his new Record Label and Studio released his most successful album Ice n Roses which carried the single Ndinonyara which stayed on Power fm weekly top 10, number 1 position for 63 days. The song Ndinonyara was voted number 4 on Radio Zimbabwe top 100, number 11 on Power FM top 100 In the same year Nox did the Zim Ndinonyara Invasion Tour which saw him performing in Harare, Bulawayo, Mutare, Masvingo, Kadoma, Kwekwe, Gweru, Mutare, Zvishavane and Plum tree.
He also performed at a high profile Delta and HIFA Lion Lager Beer Festival supporting Psquare He also performed at the Gtel Face of Zimbabwe He released his first video to be accepted on Channel O titled “I love you” Nox toured UK 8 times and Australia performing in London, Leicester, Manchester Coventry, Birmingham, Luton, Dunstable, Leeds, Liverpool, Chester, Slough, Melbourne and most recently China. He won the ZIMAA UK Most Touring Artist of the year award In 2013 Nox visited Jairos Jiri School where he donated soaps and snacks and spend the day entertaining them. In 2013 Nox released his eighth album titled “8th Wonder” with a single Riding Solo topping Zifm charts and a potential song for the whole African market being on number 25 on the top 40 African Songs competing for the top spot. Nox ultimate goal is to take the International Music industry by storm and for his music to be available on all parts of the Globe, and he aspires to be at the top like his musical icons Craig David, Joe Thomas and R Kelly. In 2015 Nox released his Ninth album titled “Road to Africa’s Best” with Hits like “Number 1,” “Chandakatadza Chii,” “Gumbo Mudoro ft Jah Prayzah,” “Ndibatsirei,” “Angelina ft Okoye Swag,” “Fake” and “How Does it Feel?” 2016 will see the release of is Tenth Project titled “Africa’s Best”