Jeys gears for Tuku-Sulu show


AFRO-JAZZ artiste Majahawodwa Ndlovu, aka Jeys, says he will sample some of his latest music offerings when he shares the stage with superstars Oliver Mutukudzi and Sulumani Chimbetu on Friday.

Luyanduhlobo Makwati
Own correspondent

The three will perform together at the Bulawayo Amphitheatre.

Jeys told Southern Eye Lifestyle yesterday he would use the show to help revellers sample some of his new tracks from the much-awaited latest offing titled Isilo.

The album was mixed and mastered in Austria a few months ago.

“I have been waiting for this opportunity to once again present my work to fans. I promise them a good show as I will take this opportunity to select and play at least half of the songs from my new 11-track album,” he said.

Isilo is a fusion of various instruments that Jeys has never used in his past recordings.

“This album is one of the best albums that I have ever produced I know that those who have been following my music will agree with me that my standard of music has improved,” Jeys said.

He said it would be a delight for fun lovers, saying music during the show would range from Afro-jazz to sungura.