Jah Prayzah opens studio

HARARE - Afro-fusion artiste Jah Prayzah’s new studio called JP Studios, located at the artiste’s new offices in Belvedere, is now operational.

Jah Prayzah, who is attracting the biggest crowds in Harare following release of his latest album Jerusarema, is confident that the studio will eventually prove to be a worthwhile investment.

“The studio is open to every artiste. We won’t specialise in one music genre but we will record all forms of music whether digital or live,” he told the Daily News.

“Apart from recording music, we will offer a rehearsal room for artistes at the place.”

The Tsviriyo hit-maker revealed that award-winning Cynthia Mare would be the first to utilise the studio that charges $25 per hour.

“Apart from Cynthia, I will also be recording my music there. I am more comfortable recording my music using my studio because I will record at my own pace,” said Jah Prayzah.

“The studio will be manned by good producers including Humphrey Domboka who was previously based in the United States of America and is the one who recorded my song Kumagumo from the album Kumbumura Mhute.”

Jah Prayzah said the studio equipment was procured from the United Kingdom, South Africa and locally.

“It took me time to assemble the equipment which includes a Liquid Saffire 56  Soundcard, a Yamaha digital mixer, Tama drum sets, Ibanez guitars and isk microphones into one place,” he said.

The Uzumba-born artiste, nicknamed “Longman” by his legion of fans owing to his height, has six albums under his belt namely  Rudo Nerunyararo ,Sungano Yerudo, Ngwarira Kuparara , Tsviriyo, Kumbumura Mhute and the latest Jerusarema.

Comments (3)

Well done Jah Prayzer.Meet you there at your studio. May God bless you

Nikita - 15 July 2015

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