Has Jah Prayzah done one collabo too many?

Quite a number of things seem to tear Zimbabweans apart at the seams. We have not been agreeing on a whole lot of things over the past two decades. While it may be universally acknowledged that the sky is blue, it would not be totally out of the ordinary if a debate ensued in Zimbabwe and people argued on totally different corners with people throwing alternative colours including that the sky is topaz, turquoise, cadet and a whole host of other colours.
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Winky D unleashes ‘Gombwe’ in style

Problem Masau Arts Correspondent History will have it that a certain music shepherd called Winky D commanded his flock to fill Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) and the followers gladly listened. The auditorium was filled to brim with people overflowing and hassling for space. Many ended up sitting on armrests, on stairs and on the ground because…
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Muzarabani: The cradle of Ufic

Mirirai Nsingo recently in Muzarabani About 300km from Harare into Mashonaland Central lies a dry and remote area called Muzarabani, which has seen both natural and man-made disasters including extreme weather temperatures further impoverishing this community. Yet this parched piece of existence harbours a rich and distinguished title. This marginalised community happens to be home to…
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Andy Muridzo, Jah Prayzah deal turns sour

Tawanda Marwizi Arts Correspondent— The relationship between Jah Prayzah and Andy Muridzo is on the rocks with Muridzo mulling to pull out of Military Touch Movement, it has emerged. Muridzo reportedly hinted to Jah Prayzah’s manager Keen Mushapaidze that he was on his way out. The “Dherira” singer’s manager Gift Petro confirmed the communication but said he could…
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Rev Chivariro breaks down on stage

Yeukai Karengezeka—Chisepo Arts Correspondent Gospel musician Reverend Togarepi Chivaviro shed tears on stage when he was performing one of his latest songs during his album launch held on Monday night at the New Ambassador Hotel. The new album that is titled “Matishamisa Jireh” carries eight spiritually-uplifting songs. Rev Chivaviro could not withhold his emotions when he performed…
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Young singer charms First Lady

Noah Pito in HURUNGWE When the First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa visited Hurungwe Children’s Home recently, a Grade 6 pupil at the home had an opportunity to showcase his musical prowess by singing Jah Prayzah’ s song “Chengetedza”, leaving the mother of the nation marvelling at the talent that the young singer possesses. The moment…
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Talent alone is not enough

Tinashe  Mutero Bulawayo-based musicians and by extension those in smaller cities have shied away from the popular music limelight in recent years. Talk of the Bulawayo and the other cities’ music scene is largely nostalgic, bordering on who used to be great. It is not surprising to hear one mention yesteryear greats such as Solomon…
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Winky D’s fascination with boisterous titles

Problem Masau Arts Correspondent Wallace “Winky D” Chirumiko’s hate for life in the fast lane is well documented. He always tries to hide his personal life from the public eye. During interviews, the singer avoids eye contact. His life is more of a mystery, with only a few people close to him knowing how he has…
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