Sunday, May 12, 2019

Jah sees the light, ditches military junta songs

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Musician Jah Prayzah has stopped performing military junta songs Kutonga Kwaro and Mdhara vachauya which have reached a point of scrutiny for their political alignment to the incumbent government, My Zimbabwe News has reported.
Not so long ago, the lanky Third Generation band leader had fallen victim of the country’s volatile political climate with some music lovers threatening to mute his voice owing to an association with the country’s military brand.
Jah Prayzah’s manager Keen Mushapaidze is still diplomatic when commenting about the changes, which he suggests are deliberate and an ongoing process. He Said.
“This is part of the consistent changes that have happened in the past two years and it is not inspired by anything that happened recently,” he told this publication.
“As time goes on and events come up, Jah is going to change depending on the time and theme of the moment.”