Award-winning contemporary musician, Jah Prayzah, has come out in defense of his latest single, Sadza Ne Muriwo which is receiving backlash from a section of social media users over its perceived sexual connotation. Sadza and vegetable is street language for sex. The singer says the song depicts a lobola ceremony.
Jah Prayzah Defends 'Dirty' Song, Sadza Nemuriwo
263Chat, 23 July 2019
Award-winning contemporary musician, Jah Prayzah real name Mukudzeyi Mukombe has come out in defense of his latest single, Sadza Ne Muriwo which is receiving backlash from a… Read more »
Jah Prayzah in his video, Sadza neMuriwo.
Sadza Ne Muriwo is Jah Prayzah's new single. The video stars Iyasa, Tanya Chikuni and Ben Chest Song was co-produced by: Dj Tamuka ... see more »
Jah Prayzah, Former Miss Curvy Stir Controversy With Intimate Pics
263Chat, 24 July 2019
Popular musician, Jah Prayzah has once again stirred controversy with cosy pictures of himself and former Miss Curvy Zimbabwe, Tanya Chikuni, currently hogging the limelight on… Read more »
Jah Prayzah's Riles Women
The Herald, 26 June 2019
Afro-fusion musician Jah Prayzah's latest song "Fambai nebhora," which sought to drum up support for the Zimbabwe national soccer team competing at the Africa Cup of Nations in… Read more »
Sexual Undertone Lyrics Shoot Local Musicians to Stardom
Zimbabwe Standard, 13 January 2019
Forget catchy nursery rhymes or hard-hitting social messages, sex lyrics have become a musician's new shortcut to fame among Zimbabwe's urban youth and last year's biggest hits… Read more »
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