This study endeavors to bring to the fore a comparative analysis between Jewish apocalypticism and Zimbabwean Chimurenga music and poetry from 1966-1980. This comparison was attempted through the study of the historical contexts of both movements, in terms of the religious, political, ecomic and social situation. The comparative analysis centers on three broad aspects, which are the origins, traits and roles played by both movements. These aspects, among others, have been chosen because of their centrality in defining any movement hence they offer fair comparative points. It is the submission of the writer that the religio-historical backgrounds of these two movements are synymous. This therefore necessitates the topic: Old Testament Apocalypticism: A Reflection on Zimbabwe's Chimurenga Music and Poetry (1966-1980).