Byo, brace for Jah Prayzah

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Worldwide - Melissa Mpofu in Harare

BU­L­AWAYO may want to brace for a mas­sive in­flux of do­mes­tic tourists as a con­voy of up to five buses and 200 cars makes its way to the city to­day for Jah Prayzah’s al­bum launch tonight. The pa­rade is likely to ex­pand as some will join when it stops over in all towns and cities along the Harare-Bu­l­awayo high­way. Jah Prayzah’s lat­est al­bum — Md­hara Vachauya has sparked a lot of in­ter­est among his fol­low­ers with some spec­u­lat­ing that the show venue —Large City Hall car park may be too small. How­ever, the do­mes­tic tourists could not have vis­ited Bu­l­awayo at a bet­ter time as the city re­cently wel­comed new night­clubs — Pri­vate Lounge, Copa Cubana and Club 263 — of­fer­ing di­verse en­ter­tain­ment. Club 263 which plays host to Harare’s Judge­ment Yard and DJ Rax said they were more than ready to host the vis­i­tors. Jah Prayzah’s man­ager, Keen Musha­paidze said all was set for tonight’s show. “Our team in Bu­l­awayo is hard at work putting fi­nal touches for the show. We’ve beefed up se­cu­rity and ex­pect the show to go on with­out glitches,” said Musha­paidze. Jah Prayzah will be joined on stage by Winky D an­other crowd favourite in Bu­l­awayo and hip hop king Cal_Vin.

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