Jah Prayzah records a historic crowd

HARARE - Jah Prayzah proved beyond doubt that he is the reigning king in local showbiz when he attracted an amazing crowd at Summer Pork and Music Festival at Pamuzinda Ice and Fire on Friday night.

The Jerusarema hit maker also shared the stage with Moyo as fans filled the spacious Pamuzinda Ice and Fire joint to capacity.

Jah Prayzah gave an imposing performance, keeping fans on their toes throughout the night even though he needs to invest in a new public address system if he wants to keep his musical boat afloat.

The hit-maker kept fans busy on the dance floor as he churn hit after hit. Songs mainly from his latest album Jerusarema proved popular among the crowd.

Fans virtually sang along to songs like Eriza, Chiname and Jerusarema among others.

On the other hand Peter Moyo who performed before Jah Prayzah put up an enthralling act.

Moyo and his Kwekwe- based sungura outfit — Utakataka Express — took the opportunity to popularise new songs found on the yet-to-be released album Mabasa aMwari.

The album will be released on September 4 at 7 Arts Theatre in the capital and the event will be graced by Dendera music crooner Suluman Chimbetu and Jean Masters.

The second edition of Summer Pork and Music Festival ran for two days at Pamuzinda Ice and Fire courtesy of Swine Company a subsidiary of the Impala Group.

Jah Prayzah and Moyo performed on the first day of the festival while Chimbetu, Tocky Vibes and Seh Calaz closed the event on Saturday.

The first edition of the festival was held in Chivhu last year.

Comments (3)

Jah is the Best asi mari iri shanda here. Zvipo zvizhinji zvevanhu zvapera basa nenyaya yekuipa kwe economy.

Prosper - 25 August 2015

Yanga ine vanhu vangani crowd yacho? not even an estimate! ha yas Zimbabwe.

jiggy - 25 August 2015

Latest:US TV journalists shot dead on air "Jah Prayzah records a historic crowd" This journalist must be serious - what was the historic benchmark? Historic pakutiiko? @jiggy is right, come on man. Im an advertising professional, and i will testfy of the problems we have in these parts of the world where brands just claim to be 'the best', 'the most', The best, the most, according to who? This is a point that should always be validated via the acknowledgement of a credible, established and reputable source. The source will guide readers correctly. Mere 'historic' is simply not good enough!!!!

Gurinhwa - 27 August 2015

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