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The month of love is still upon us and Jah Prayzah continues to meet lovebirds’ tastes on song and dance

The month of love is still upon us and Jah Prayzah continues to meet lovebirds’ tastes on song and dance

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Published: 19 February 2016

ZIMBABWE – Being a family man, the lanky performer will this Sunday return to Jongwe Corner where he is set to cement his romance with merry-makers of all age groups.

Buoyed by his triumph at the 15th edition of the National Arts Merit Awards where he banged two gongs – Outstanding Musician and Album respectively – the 28-year-old crooner has every reason to be ecstatic as he returns to hais favourite hunting for a mammoth family show.

The innovative crooner, who has since caused the school uniform craze, takes the concept to this side of H-Town as the new euphoria reaches fever pitch.

And being the main man in town gyrating on a Sunday, revellers are in for a rare treat as the entertainer keeps the fire burning.

By now, merry-makers should be aware that all the fun will be happening at Jongwe Corner where he is known for attracting hordes of fans.

As he returns to Jongwe Corner this Sunday, he will do so with majesty alongside Mbare bred chanter Kinna.

Jah Prayzah’s promise

Despite all the fame he enjoys, the 28-year-old remains humble as he preaches the gospel of love, peace and harmony.

“I can’t wait to meet my fans this Sunday, especially kids who love my stuff. To be honest I am so humbled by their support which keeps me going.

“I will be celebrating the my NAMA victory at this particular show alongside my fans,” he says.

Kinna Factor

Better known as Mr Mbare, the chanter has been loyal to Jah Prayza, sharing the stage with the red hot entertainer on many occasions.

Their combination has also been held  as both  chanters are known for energy sapping acts.

Kinna will be unveiling new stuff at this show set to attract hordes of fans from Team JP and ghetto yutes.

Banyana Bafana magic

This popular ensemble is still in the game and fans ought to be a Jongwe Corner as they set the ball rolling at the joint this evening.
Captained by DJ Danny of the yakadaro fame, the group has managed to hold fort despite still competition.

MC Gudo  and fellow wheel-spinners

Popular club emcee-cum dancer, MC Gudo headlines the Tshisa Nyama sessions this tomorrow when he plays at this joint.

He shares the stage with DJ Torne, Fitzroy and Frank Vibes.

This clique has been holding a series of live shows at this popular joint where their stuff is in demand.

ABOUT JONGWE CORNER

This joint is located along St Patricks Road in Hatfield. Once you make a stopover at Jongwe Corner, you will certainly fall in love with this joint.

It offers a mixed bag of entertainment ranging from dance, sungura, dancehall, jazz, modelling and even mbira music.

Some travel from as far as Seke area while others in the vicinity have endorsed it as the best outdoor entertainment joint.

On weekly basis, Jongwe Cnr offers something new on their entertainment menu to win hearts of many.

In short, Jongwe Cnr offers a wide range of entertainment from live bands, dance groups and even popular wheel-spinners.
Management’s promise

“As we mark another weekend, we decided to put in place these massive shows as we meet and mingle with fans.

“Of course the biggest show is on Sunday featuring Jah Prayzah and Kinna aka Mr Mbare. On that note, I would like to thank our patrons for their loyalty over the years.

“As we host another big family show on Sunday, Jongwe Corner is the only place to be. In short, I say come s and join us  and have real value for your money have a blessed holiday and remember our heroes,” says Jongwe Corner management.

NB: For feedback, suggestions and queries roll them to management on; 0733 683 542.