Zim R&B star drops new single

HARARE - Former CBZ A-Academy winner Jonah Sithole has released a brand new single titled Moonlight.

Sithole, who won the 2006 edition of A-Academy, is building on the success of his other single A Piece of Me and his album The Real Me. 

The Malaysia-based singer has produced two mixes for the party track with the help of rappers Zimbabwean Munetsi and Malaysian Tactmatic.

For the first mix, Moonlight opens up with the witty and bright raps of reputed rapper Munetsi who is also a fellow label-mate of Jonah under Boomslang Records. “I am excited by the response we have had since we dropped the track on Monday,” Jonah said.

“I wanted to release a party track people can just jam to and have fun. It’s like a weekend song you jam to by the beach, having a braai (barbeque) or on the way to party or even at the club!” he added.

Zimbabwe-born Jonah made history by winning the first ever CBZ A-Academy in 2006 before going on to perform in high profile gigs such as Hifa 2007.

He shared the stage  with the legendary Oliver Mtukudzi at the A-Academy concert in 2009 before  winning an MTV World Stage event in Malaysia the same year.

Comments (1)

i herd jonah sithole passed away is it true

eddie - 8 November 2013

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