Soul Jah Love throws mud at Seh Calaz

HARARE - Dancehall star Soul Jah Love seems to be employing dirty tactics towards fellow and rival chanter Seh Calaz ahead of their album launches this Saturday.

In a video doing rounds on social media, Soul Jah Love indirectly sends jabs at Calaz camp saying “chemahara izuva, kucharohwa vanhu kumadhanzi emahara vachikandwa mumabhara” which some have interpreted as threats of violence as it loosely translates in English “there will be chaos at this free gig, people will be beaten up”.

Seh Calaz is launching his album at Shawasha Grounds and has made the event free of charge while Soul Jah Love will be at Takashinga Sports Club with his event pegged at $5.

This has set the two chanters on a collision course in an epic battle of supremacy which has for long divided fans.

Seh Calaz’s handlers said they are not bothered with competition and are working towards the successful unveiling of their project.

His publicist King George Damson said they are the pacesetters in the genre while others follow.

“Competition is always good for any industry. We are fully focused on our project. We have no control over and interest in what others are doing. The fans are the judges of music, so it doesn’t matter who releases their album and does their launch on the same date as us. If anything, it confirms a long-standing fact which is; we set the level and others follow,” he said.

He added that they cannot be compared to fellow chanters in as far as achievements in music are concerned.

“God has been good to us, we are doing very well. If I may say, we are almost always booked for local, regional and international engagements. Not everyone can say the same,” he said.

It, however, remains to be seen who will be victorious come Saturday with a number of big figures such as Zifa president Philip Chiyangwa and Jah Prayzah endorsing Seh Calaz’s launch.

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