Jah Prayzah revels in Mr Bow collabo glory

GANGLY musician Mukudzei Mukombe better known by his moniker Jah Prayzah has released another banger featuring Mozambique’s multi award winning artiste Mr Bow and Angolan music star Yuri da Cunha.

Report by Christina De Klerk
GANGLY musician Mukudzei Mukombe better known  by his moniker Jah Prayzah has released another banger featuring Mozambique’s multi award winning artiste Mr Bow and Angolan music star Yuri da Cunha.

The hit song, produced in Mozambique is exceptionally.

It is titled “Nao me arranja problema” which is loosely translated translated to ‘don’t get me into trouble’.

The new release is accompanied by a captivating video which has been largely received positive reviews from the Zimbabwean audience, as well as fans from all over Africa.

Jah Prayzah has done quite a number of collaborations with various international artists such as Yemi Alade,  Diamond Platinum, Mafikizolo, Davido and Jah Cure, all of them becoming international hits.

In an interview with Jah Prayzah’s manager Keen Mushapaidze, he has revealed  that the collaboration was Mr. Bow’s idea as he is the architect of the song.

“The track is being received well, considering the original song has been doing well in Mozambique already, so the remix is the extra spice on top and our fans must expect more collaborations of this kind in future,” he said. 

“This is his Jah Prayza’s first ever international trio though he has another song with more artists than 3 and thats the “Song for Africa” that included 2 Face, C4 Pedro, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Yousson Ndou, Fally Ipupa and many more,” he added.

Mashapaidze also took the liberty to  reveal that the Mdhara vachauya hit maker’s fans should look forward to one or two more smashing singles from the latter this year. 

Lead member of the Third Generation band, Jah Prayzah is a Zimbabwean contemporary musician, popularly referred to by fans and media as “Musoja”, the Shona word for “soldier”, a name he earned mostly because of his signature band uniform of military regalia. 

He rose to fame in 2007 when he released his first commercially launched album, Sungano.

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