Contemporary musician Jah Prayzah on Friday gave a vintage performance at the packed Tanza Centre in Chitungwiza.
By Our Staff
The show, which marked the official opening of the joint, proved that the lanky musician has a passion for making every performance memorable. A great mix of songs on the set list had the crowd rocking all night long.
Supporting act Jean Masters did not disappoint as she masterfully played flawless renditions of local and foreign artists.
She also sampled some songs from her forthcoming album which will be launched on March 20. The track Mai Tonde from the forthcoming album seemed to be a favourite for many. The crowd went into a frenzy when Jean Masters performed a cover version of Selmor Mtukudzi’s Nguva Yangu.
Buoyed by four gongs he received at the Zimbabwe Music Awards (Zima), on Thursday, Jah Prayzah, who got on stage a few minutes before midnight gave a scintillating performance which lasted up to around 3:30am yesterday.
The singer who mixed new and old songs also gave fans a feel of his forthcoming album. The song Hosanna Woye from his forthcoming seventh album is likely to be a hit, as was evidenced by the response from the crowd.
“This is one of the songs contained in my 2016 project,” Jah Prayzah said before he played an encore, much to the delight of the crowd.