Born Enock Munhenga better known by his stage name EXQ, is a Zimbabwean recording artist, performer, singer and songwriter.
ExQ rose to fame in 2000 when he released “Musalala”, a song well-received throughout Zimbabwe. He then became a household name during the era when Urban Grooves was gaining popularity in the country.
Over the years, EX-Q has been consistently dropping hits and topping the charts. Some of his well known singles are “Pandakakuona”, “Bhachura”, “Nhema” and “Mazirudo.” He has also done a number of collaborations with some of Zimbabwe’s major artists, these includes the likes of Stunner, Ammara Brown, Killer T, Oliver Mutukudzi and many more.
Fast forward to 2017, EX-Q joined Jah Prayzah’s power group, Military Touch. Together they released of Zimbabwe’s biggest hits of 2017 “Chekeche” featuring Nutty O, Jah Prayzah, Andy Muridzo, Tahle we Dzinza, and DJ Tamuka.
He also released “Let’s talk about it” featuring Nutty O and “Nhema” featuring Killer T. EXQ has also been booked and gone on tour in Cyprus, UK and he has an upcoming show in Australia and Canada. On the 17th of April 2018 EXQ released his 6th Studio album “Tseu Tseu” which is currently No1 on the Apple Music Zimbabwe Charts.