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January 11, 2019 9:25 AM Jah Signal for FC Platinum, Pirates after match party

Cosmopolitan Nightclub will tomorrow host Stonyeni hit-maker Jah Signal for the After Bhora party of the FC Platinum and Orlando Pirates match, at which revellers will party with the football stars. FC Platinum will battle it out with Orlando Pirates in a Caf Champions League group B match at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo tomorrow. After the football 322

December 11, 2018 6:26 PM Jah Signal, Enzo Ishall in year-end showdown

Rising dancehall singers Enzo Ishall and Jah Signal are enjoying fine form, a development that has led to others comparing them to Winky D. The comparison is, however, not possible considering the achievements Winky D has had in his career and these two are just but starting their journey and if they continue on the right track, they will surely reach 42

November 21, 2018 3:41 PM Passion Java in sex gaffe

Controvesial preacher Passion Java has been caught up in controversial chanter Jah Signal’s naughty stonyeni lyrics, a development which has set social media abuzz. While Java’s love for Zimdancehall is evident, this time he has stirred controversy by associating himself with lyrics viewed by many as being vulgar. The preacher who refers to himself as Gafa — probably 100

September 14, 2018 6:24 AM Jah Signal in car crash

Fast-rising Zimdancehall star Jah Signal will be out for a month after he was involved in an accident in Harare. The popular musician suffered bruises and broken ribs and might postpone the launch of his debut album Jaya. Contrary to social media reports that the Sweetie (Shinga Muroora) hit maker was in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) after the accident 55

June 29, 2018 1:36 PM I don’t take drugs: Jah Signal

“I don’t take drugs or BronCleer cough syrup but I was born a natural dancer. I am an artist as well as a dancer and that makes me different from other Zimdancehall artistes. “I was raised in a Christian background and I am a God fearing person. “I believe I am a prophet in a way because I preach to people musically. My music has good message that helps 43

May 23, 2018 11:39 PM Gasa to unveil ‘Code 263’ in Chinhoyi

Sungura musician Romeo Gasa will tomorrow launch his new album “Code 263” at Chinhoyi Stadium in the Mashonaland West provincial capital. It is likely to be a big event that will attract many other sungura musicians that will share the stage with a man who has vowed to bring a new flavour to the genre. On his previous album, Gasa went beyond common sungura 123

October 15, 2017 10:31 PM Jah Prayzah unveils ‘Kutonga Kwaro’ in style

From a surprise performance by Zambia’s Mampi who blew away the crowd to Jah Prayzah’s collaboration with Nigerian afro pop songstress Yemi Alade, the night was full of surprises. The gig, which was scheduled to start around 8pm, was delayed and it appeared it would be a flop as the venue was half empty around 10pm. People however, started pouring in around 155

August 1, 2017 5:02 AM Busy Signal on Zim tour

JAMAICAN dancehall-reggae artiste, Busy Signal touched down at Harare International airport on Sunday for two concerts dubbed Southern Africa Music Arts festival (Sama) that will see him staging his first performance in Bulawayo on Friday before heading to Harare the following day for another act at Glamis Arena. Speaking to NewsDay, the concert partners 25

December 4, 2016 11:13 PM Watora Mari concert thrills

Good choreography added flavour to his slot as people cheered to some of the best live dance performers who seemed to have energy to go for the whole night had it not been for a limited slot. He proved that despite the watered down urban groves genre in which he is categorised, he is one of the few still making an impact. He invited Extra-large of the Maroja 60

May 1, 2016 10:17 AM Chris Martin dazzles Zim fans

For over three hours, thousands of Zimbabweans inside the Glamis Arena were made to forget their problems by Jamaican reggae singer Chris Martin’s performance in the early hours of Saturday morning. From the very first moment Martin stepped onto the stage at around 1:00am, it was total pandemonium inside the venue as the audience cheered. Martin did not disappoint 17