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Madzibaba Zakaria advices Jah Signal

By Entertainment Reporter / Published on Friday, 09 Nov 2018 15:45 PM / No Comments / 1231 views

9 November 2018

Jah Signal

…‘I’m ready to give him advice’

SUNGURA godfather Nicholas Zakaria says Jah Signal will go places if he remains level-headed and focused.

The Khiama Boys leader, who featured in Jah Signal’s song Usavashungurudza off his debut album Jaya, said it was a marvel working with the energetic chanter.

“Jah Signal has a bright future and I can see him going places if he remains level headed.

“If I get time, I will certainly sit down with him and give him life-changing advice,” he said.

Asked how he met Jah Signal, the goat-bearded singer said:

“The deal was brokered by Tinashe Mutarisi of Nash Paints who contacted me.

Nicholas Zakaria

“I then met the youngster who invited me to the studio and we recorded straight away.

“I have no problems working with other artistes, including the young ones like Jah Prayzah.

“Prior to this project, I had worked with Shugeta and Roki and it appears he was also inspired.

“Back to Jah Signal, he is very talented and he needs to remain focused with his career.

“In music there are trials and he is bound to meet them along the way.”

Besides the song Unovashunguridza featuring Madzibaba, other tracks like  Jaya, Gomo, Ndakakumaka Ndine Mukoma Wangu, Ndinotya, Chembere, Kamilia featuring Coco, Stonyeni, Fambai Vadzidzi, Nhando,  Wasimuka, Shanda and Tsime make the album complete.

The Kuwadza bred singer went full circle when he roped in six producers namely Cymplex, Oskid, Lovers, DJ Tamuka, Rodney, Malone T and Maselo in search of the best producers.

It was launched at club Sankayi in the capital before he held another ghetto launch in Kuwadzana were he attracted over 15000 fans at the free bash.

Household names in Zim dancehall comprising Freeman and Seh Calaz graced the event along with hottest chanters Enzo Ishall of the Kanjiva fame and Kadija among others.

 

 

 

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