Jah Prayzah’s remarkable year
23 December 2016
. . . musician targets Fill Up HICC
HIGH-riding musician Jah Prayzah has dedicated his last show of the year to celebrate an outstanding year of music with his fans.
Jah Prayzah is part of the main acts to perform at the Fill Up HICC gig to be held on New Year’s Eve, and for him it’s a night to celebrate his success for the year 2016.
Speaking through his manager Keen Mushapaidze, Jah Prayzah urged fans to come and pack HICC and end the year in style.
Mushapaidze described the show as a shutdown party.
“The show is a 2016 shutdown party after all the hits people danced to. As 3rd Generation band, we set the day to celebrate a remarkable year in music,” said Mushapaidze.
“We appreciate very much the support we’ve been getting from our fans throughout the year and we still need them on December 31 at HICC,” he added.
Though Jah Prayzah is not releasing new music before December 31, he promised fans snippets of songs on the forthcoming album as well as singles.
“Of course we’re not going to release new stuff before December 31 but people will get a sample of some new hooks on songs to come out soon.
“Our fans will get to know what’s in store for them on this particular show, so that is something special we can thank our fans with,” he said.
Apart from Mdhara Vachauya singer, the event will also see super star Oliver Mtukudzi serenading fans and the legend know how to do it particularly on this last day of the year.
Dancehall music lovers will be represented by Freeman and Killer T, who are both doing well with their respective albums.
Urban grooves star Ex Q is also part of the lineup as well as Judgment Yard, Templeman, Mbeu, Tammy, Takura and Smiley.
Star FM duo of Kudzai Violet Gwara and Phathisani Sibanda will be the emcees.