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Contemporary musician Jah Prayzah who was supposed to leave the country next week for a tour in the United Kingdom has cancelled the trip. He was supposed to perform in UK on March 20. In an interview with The Herald Entertainment, the musician’s manager Fildah Muchabaiwa said the show was cancelled due to mismanagement on the part of show organisers.

“It seems they failed to do the paperwork on time and as I was talking to them today (yesterday), it seemed there was no hope and the show has been cancelled,” she said.

One of the organisers of the show Criston Madure confirmed their paper work was not yet in order and the tour would be moved to May.

“When we applied for vizas we did not get a response in time and we could not finalise the tour as expected. We will have a new date in May,” he said.

Meanwhile, Muchabaiwa has urged their fans to converge at Las Vegas Club in Southerton for a family show which promises fireworks as has become the norm every time the musician performs at the venue. On Sunday he shares the stage with Potifa Mopo of the “Makandiberekerei” fame.

“We are inviting our beloved fans to come in their numbers and witness Soja Rinosvika Kure doing what he knows best,

“These days we are sampling some of our songs from the upcoming album “Jerusarema” and those who have not been at our shows lately must come and have a feel of the new songs, the powerful voice is still going g,” she said.

She added that the musician will also be playing some of his hit songs including “Kumbumura Mhute”, “Soja Rinosvika Kure”, “Moyo Wakaoma” among others.

The musician has made it a norm that every time he performs, he leaves people clamouring for more because of his vocal prowess and good choreography that features his signature military drills.

Last week he made headlines after thrilling a diverse audience with his energetic performance at the Harare International Conference Centre when he performed alongside South African stars Mafikizolo, Zahara and fellow Zimbabwean artistes Winky D and Pah Chihera. Yasin Dhala of Las Vegas said Jah Prayzah’s show was coming to their venue due to public demand.

“He is coming back by public demand and their combination with Mopo has been doing well over the past months. We are looking forward to an exciting family show,” said Dhala.

He said tonight the venue hosts DJs Zobha and Flabba while tomorrow Peter Moyo share the stage with Cello Culture and Lady Storm.

Source : The Herald

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