Jah Prayzah vows to bring the house down

HIGH-FLYING local reggae artiste Mukudzei Mukombe, aka Jah Prayzah, has vowed to bring the house down when he performs at Club Royal in Bulawayo on Friday night.


The Gochi Gochi and Tsviriyo hit maker’s show has widely been publicised in and around the city with posters plastered on buildings, streetlights and trees.

In an interview with Southern Eye Lifestyle, the musician declared that he would put up a sterling performance since it will be the first time to bring to Bulawayo his album Tsviriyo.

“I am coming to give people a run for their money. As an artiste I feel honoured that my music is being appreciated countrywide. So fans should expect nothing but the best,” he said.

Jah Prayzah’s manager Silda Muchabaiya echoed the same sentiments, but added that the artiste had matured to be a household name in the industry.
“We are happy that we are bringing the new album to the City of Kings. The album has been received well in other corners of the country especially Harare, so it’s time for Bulawayo to enjoy it,” she said.

“We promise our fans a lot of new energetic military dance moves. A female dancer named Fatima, popularly known as Chitima, will join Jah Prayzah on stage,” Muchabaiya added.

Jah Prayzah’s performance in the City of Kings follows a highly successful show in Gweru last week which featured Winky D and Guspy Warrior, among other atistes.

The Bulawayo show will be his last before going to perform at the United Nations World Tourism Organisation “Tourism Nite” in Victoria Falls.

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