Fans endorse MdharaVachauya Attention ladies: Mudiwa is desperate for a wife!
FANS who have listened to Jah Prayzah’s new 11 track album Mdhara Vachauya have given it a seal of approval with superstar Oliver Mtukudzi commending the contemporary musician for his consistency.
Over the weekend, Jah Prayzah held two album launches, one in Harare at the HICC and the other in Bulawayo at the Large City Hall in front of bumper crowds on both occasions.
At the album launch in Harare, Tuku took to the stage and heaped praises on Jah Prayzah.
“The young man is doing well. Jah aenda nenyika,” said Tuku.
Zimdancehall idol Winky D’s manager Jonathan Banda said it was a great album that has set the standards for others to follow.
“The album has a song with Diamond Platinumz that has transcended the borders which is a good thing for Zimbabwean music. This has set a great platform for other artistes to do the same. All in all this is a great album,” said Banda.
Concurring with the two, some have taken to Jah Prayzah’s Facebook fan page to express their feelings on the album.
From the comments, most people like Watora Mari, Seke and the title track, with some saying the songs will dominate at weddings. A fan, Richard Sipawe, said he liked Jah Prayzah’s album because it was diverse. “Thanks for such an outstanding album. Your mouth is a dangerous instrument. It’s so touching to me since am the last born and that’s the way my mom treats me, you always remind me to do great things for my parents. Another point to note is you are creative; your album contains a reggae feel,” he said. Tindoe Sejo Chizema encouraged Jah Prayzah to collaborate more with artistes outside Zimbabwe. “Soldier you can collaborate with anyone with your type of music. Please continue collaborating with a lot of internationals. Starting with SA musicians, chimbotiranga takamirira, #soldierRinoendaKure”.
However, some fans said the album was substandard with the only notable song being Watora Mari.
Others said the album failed to surpass the standard set by his previous offering Jerusarema.
“So, Jah Prayzah’s latest album Mdhara Vachauya was the talk of the town. In fact there was a downright racket in central Harare and so I bought myself a copy. Well, save for one song, let me say, Mdhara vakakurumidzisa kuuya, dai vakambogarako (he was hasty in his comeback he should have waited),” posted one fan.
Jah Prayzah said the 11-track Mdhara Vachauya consisted of love and party songs.
The title track — Mdhara Vachauya — which some thought was meant to show who the big boss was — is however, a love song which he composed for his wife.
“Mdhara Vachauya is basically a love song. It’s meant to cheer my wife when I’m not with her. It’s a reminder that each time I’ll be away, I’ll have gone to look for money. “Whenever she misses me or when people bother her, she should always know that I’m here for her”, he said.
Seke, track number eight on the album, was composed for the artiste’s mother.
“My mother used to cycle to work so that she could fend for us. I decided to compose a song to thank her because I’m where I am today because of her.
“I called the track Seke because she stays in Seke so we call her Seke Mutema.”
His full album is available on video sharing site YouTube for those who can’t get the CDs.
— @bonganinkunzi. LADIES could one of you please marry gospel hip hop musician Mudiwa as he has time and time again shown he is desperate for a wife.
His latest post on Facebook confirms that he is single and ready for the taking.
For the past few months, Mudiwa (real name Mudiwa Mtandwa), has been penning letters titled Dear Wife to be on his Facebook wall.
Among the promises to his wife to be were that he would pay for the wedding and after posting a picture of his sister Lynn Shupi Mtandwa, he said the two would be good friends.
With four m on t h s to go before Christmas, Mudiwa has sent out an SOS to women out there saying he can’t spend the festive season alone again.
“It looks like am going to hit another Christmas; single again. I do not like this at all. I miss being loved, asked where I am, who is texting me and getting those ‘I miss you and goodnight hun’, messages.
“May be this position will give me more time to work on my New Album, but mmmmm if I had a way I would marry this Year. Love is a beautiful thing,” posted Mudiwa.
Mudiwa last week posted a “Curriculum Vitae” hash tagged #ýKnowYourBoiMudiwa?, chronicling his qualities such as holding a Masters in Finance, being handsome, of sober habits and God fearing.
“You can be so swaggalicious, rich, good looking, intelligent and smart. At the same time be faithful, honest, God-fearing and humble (but they will never associate success with humility, you’ll be said to have pride, but care not).
“I don’t drink (personal choice), hardly go out, if I do am getting paid, I’m Christian by conviction not convenience,” posted Mudiwa. It seems Mudiwa has not recovered from his sensational break up with his long time girlfriend Karen last year in November, judging by his antics.
Efforts to get a comment from Mudiwa, to further explain his posts, were fruitless yesterday as his mobile phone was unreachable. —@bonganinkunzi
Jah Prayzah and the Third Generations Band
Mudiwa (real name Mudiwa Mtandwa)