All set for Md­haraVauya launch

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Peter Matika Show­biz Re­porter

JAH Prayzah, the man cur­rently rid­ing on a sil­ver crest yes­ter­day re­turned home af­ter weeks of tour­ing and work­ing on sev­eral projects in Amer­ica and Canada.

The star be­hind the chart top­ping Eriza and Tsviriyo hits landed at the Harare In­ter­na­tional Air­port where he re­ceived a war­rior’s wel­come from hordes of fans and pro­mot­ers.

His man­ager Keen Musha­paidze said all was set for the launch of his al­bum – Md­hara Vachauya in Harare and Bu­l­awayo over the week­end.

“It’s amaz­ing how we were wel­comed home. We were not ex­pect­ing this.

“The fans re­ally ap­pre­ci­ate us and we too, love the support and we’ll hon­our that with good projects. As I am speak­ing to you now, we’re driv­ing around town and there’s a mas­sive con­voy, off head there’re about be­tween 30 and 40 cars.

“While at the air­port se­cu­rity per­son­nel wouldn’t let us go out­side be­cause they feared that their prop­erty might be dam­aged. We know fans have been ea­gerly await­ing this al­bum and like­wise, we will not dis­ap­point,” Musha­paidze said.

He said Jah Prayzah was re­ceived warmly in Amer­ica and Canada.

“We were in Amer­ica where we toured Dal­las, Wash­ing­ton DC, and In­di­anapo­lis be­fore go­ing to Canada where we per­formed in Toronto at some fes­ti­vals,” he said.

Con­cern­ing the sev­eral com­pe­ti­tion draws Jah Prayzah was sup­posed to at­tend in Bu­l­awayo; Musha­paidze said it was an un­for­tu­nate turn of events, as they ex­pe­ri­enced a de­lay in their flight from over­seas.

“The show must go on, but it’s how­ever un­for­tu­nate that his fans won’t get a chance to see him for the draws as an­tic­i­pated. Our flights were de­layed but we’ll make it up to our Bu­l­awayo fans.

“The draws are now go­ing to be held by the re­spec­tive branch man­agers of the se­lected stores in Bu­l­awayo.”

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