Zimbabwean Dancehall Legend Soul Jah Love Laid to Rest

Thousands of people attended the burial of dancehall musician Soul Musaka, popularly known as Soul Jah Love, at Warren Hills Cemetery despite the Covid-19 regulations which restrict mourners to 30. The award-winning musician was declared a liberation hero as he was described as befitting for a young man whose music inspired and resonated with youths across the political divide.


  • Zimbabwe:  Soul Jah Love Laid to Rest

    Zimbabwe Standard, 21 February 2021

    Remains of the late superstar Zimdancehall chanter Soul Jah Love, born Soul Musaka, were interred next to his father Ephraim Ticharwa's grave at Warren Hills Cemetery, yesterday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Things You May Not Know About Soul Jah Love

    Zimbabwe Standard, 21 February 2021

    The late Saul Musaka, aka Soul Jah Love, was one of the pioneer youths, who helped popularise the urban grooves movement before he decided to migrate to Zimdancehall from which he… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Chibaba - the Tormented Soul That Jah Loved

    Zimbabwe Standard, 21 February 2021

    The last 11 months have proved to be scary. It's an era where death is just a sneeze away; with each day taking away more than it gives. We have lost lives, lives that carried… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  New Soul Jah Love Album On the Cards

    Zimbabwe Standard, 21 February 2021

    A NEW album by Soul Jah Love titled Excuse Me is expected to be released post-humously early next month, according to an artiste who is featured on the project. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Huge Send Off for Soul Jah Love

    The Herald, 20 February 2021

    Thousands of people attended the burial of Zimdancehall musician Soul Jah Love real name Soul Muzavazi Musaka at Warren Hills Cemetery despite the Covid -19 regulations which… Read more »

Soul Jah Love laid to rest.


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