Contemporary musician Jah Prayzah takes his act to Chitungwiza this Friday where he is set to perform at the newly- opened Tanza Centre.
Arguably Zimbabwe’s biggest crowd-puller, Jah Prayzah will be supported by Jean Masters in a show that marks the official opening of Tanza Centre.
Tanza Centre was opened in December and it has proved to be a popular joint in Chitungwiza, attracting people from Harare and Marondera.
Bringing Jah Prayzah will likely boost clientele at the joint, which is facing stiff competition from established beer outlets in Chitungwiza.
Jah Prayzah is expected to perform his hit album Jerusarem, which includes plug tracks such as Eriza and Chinamira. He is likely to take his fans down memory lane and perform tracks that include Gochi Gochi, Tsviriyo and Kumbumura Mhute, among others.
“We are happy to host Jah Prayzah at this joint on Friday. We are inviting everyone to this show which marks the official opening of Tanza Centre,” said a manager at the joint.
“There is guarded parking and the venue itself accommodates several people. The bar is stocked with various beverages and we have plenty of meat products for braai.”
Efforts to contact Jah Prayzah’s manager Keen Mushapaidze were fruitless yesterday.