JP returns to Africa Music Fest

Evergreen musician Jah Prayzah (pictured) is returning to One Africa Music Concert Fest, a popular concert series, in New York on August 10 for the third time.

In America, the towering Jerusarema hit-maker will share the stage with luminaries in form of Wyclef Jean, Burna Boy, 2 Face, Tekno, Tiwa Savage, Casanova, Teni, Hamonize, Eddie Kenzo, Kranium and Diamond Platnumz among others.

“We are happy to return to the One Africa Music Concert Fest; this year’s edition is different as we are going to perform before a wide audience made up of different nationalities. “We are looking forward to the event and we are hoping it will go a long way in pushing our music,” Keen Mushapaidze, Jah Prayzah’s manager said.

In America, Jah Prayzah and his Third Generation Band will only perform for 15 minutes. “We are still deliberating on logistics. We are thinking of travelling with a trimmed band,” Mushapaidze said.
Jah Prayzah first performed at the One Africa Music Concert Fest in 2016 and then later on in 2017.

Apart from the one featuring Jah Prayzah, One Africa Music Concert Fest will also take place in the United Kingdom, London on August 24 as well as in Dubai on December 15. Jah Prayzah is one of the most sought-after musicians on the continent. He has worked with the A-class of musicians in Africa and even beyond.

Some of the musicians he has collaborated with include South Africa’s Mafikizolo, Nigerian stars Davido and Yemi Alade, Tanzanian musicians Diamond Platinumz and Harmony among others.
Owing to his growing brand, he has showcased at high profile platforms in Africa and beyond.

Meanwhile, Jah Prayzah will perform in Kwekwe this Friday at Solomon’s Hotel before retreating back to Harare for the Extra Mile concert.

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