Jah Prayzah un­veils new dancer in Kwekwe

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Show­biz Re­porter

HE has lost his Gen­er­a­tor and Gonyeti, yet Jah Prayzah will be out to prove he is do­ing just fine with his newly found Ex­ca­va­tor as he tests the ter­rains of Au­toworx in Kwekwe to­mor­row. This will be his de­but per­for­mance in that town fol­low­ing the re­lease of Mud­hara Vachauya.

Fans of the high-rid­ing artiste will reignite their love af­fair with Jah Prayzah, who has had a bit of a sab­bat­i­cal and starved the Mid­lands crowd.

This will be the first time that Jah Prayzah per­forms in Kwekwe with Ex­ca­va­tor after her de­but ap­pear­ance at the Mafik­i­zolo con­cert in Harare last week­end.

“He’s not pulling any punches – Jah Prayzah is a great artiste with the tenets of hard work. What­ever hap­pens come Fri­day, he’ll make sure that he gives the Mid­lands prov­ince a pol­ished per­for­mance and that is what he has promised us,” said Au­toworx pro­pri­etor Oswald Mashon­ganyika.Boast­ing of a plethora of tracks off his im­pres­sive discog­ra­phy, the Tsviriyo hit-maker will be out to etch the mu­sic on his new­est re­lease, Mud­hara Vachauya in the minds and hearts of his loy­als to en­sure that the lat­est LP is as loved as his pre­vi­ous mu­si­cal dishes.

“There’s talk of whether Jah Prayzah can per­form Wa­tora Mari as well on the live arena as he did on the recorded ver­sion with Tan­za­nian Di­a­mond Plat­numz, but he has as­sured us that it shall have a touch of class,” added Mashon­ganyika.

Jah Prayzah has never let his guard down, with his live per­for­mances be­ing the main­stay of his ca­reer and what­ever pays the bills for him, gets the ut­most at­ten­tion.

The singer has been tak­ing his mu­sic to the peo­ple ever since he re­leased the lat­est al­bum, with his grow­ing fol­low­ers get­ting more and more en­deared to the new tracks, per­haps even faster than they did with his last al­bum which grew onto the lis­ten­er­ship.

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