Jah Prayzah, Young Igwe leave revellers asking for more

CONTEMPORARY reggae artiste Mukudzeyi “Jah Prayzah” Mukombe and the “Young Igwe” Peter Moyo left fans asking for more after scintillating performances in Bulawayo.

SINDISO DUBE
OWN CORRESPONDENT

Jah Prayzah and his Third Generation band performed at Club Royal while Moyo and his Utakataka entertained fans at Manor Hotel.
Appreciative crowds loved the musicians’ stage work as they displayed energetic dances.

Jah Prayzah took to the stage around 10pm with his army drills, which had revellers watching in amazement with every new song from his latest album Tsviriyo.

Speaking on the sidelines of the show, the musician’s publicist Silda Muchauraya said they were overwhelmed by the way the crowds were supporting their shows.

“It is so encouraging that our shows are being well attended and we want to thank music lovers for that,” she said.
With Jah Prayzah’s album Tsviriyo gaining popularity with each day, revellers were kept on their toes dancing all night.

The artiste belted out tracks such as Rwendo, Sunga and Tsviriyo from his latest offering as well as old tracks such as the popularly Gochi Gochi.

Meanwhile, the Young Igwe received wild cheers from fans who thronged the venue when he took to the stage with his Utakataka Express band.
He brought the house down after playing Tutsotso, Mushonga Mukuru and Konzi from his debut album and revellers were kept on their toes throughout the show.

Clad in a black T-shirt and white trousers, the musician and his crew displayed some energetic dances on stage.
The young musician also belted his late father’s hit track Muchina Muhombe and others.

Event organiser Tafadzwa Maridadi said he was happy that the young musician was worth working with.
“As you can see most of the people here are enjoying his act on stage which is encouraging to us as promoters,” Maridadi said.
Moyo was later joined on the stage by Botswana’s best-selling female dancer and singer Naledi “Slizer” Kaisara.

Slizer put the icing on the cake with her sex appeal and energetic dances from her songs such as Makau Bankintsa ba rhee and Ngculaza ekwenzayo.
Speaking on the sidelines Slizer said she was happy to return to Zimbabwe as the country had proved to be her second home.

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