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Jah Signal is on top of music – Radio Nehanda


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Jah Signal made a mistake! He did not need to release his "Jaya" album, so close to Jah Prayzah's release of "Chitubu," that he never managed to win the PR war.

Jah Signal
Jah Signal

Jah Prayzah and his team have special abilities when it comes to marketing and hyping not only their events but also the singer's products – proved it again last weekend.

In a country that has just survived dry treatment plants and a faulty brewery, the prices of the most basic products and medications are growing, Jah Prayzah has once again proved his brand power with a full house for the eleventh time , at HICC.

So bad is Jah Prayzah's PR car, that Jah Signal's refined launch, with over 15,000 people at Kuwadza 2 Grounds, was overshadowed by the usual plus of his former minus 5,000.

So, the project of Jah Signal is dead and buried?

"No," said Oskid, the award-winning music producer, who worked on three of the 14 songs of the album – Nhando, Ndine Mukomana Wangu and Gomo.

"I've made many award-winning albums in my career, I have a good ear for music, and this is one of the best debut albums of any artist we've worked with. That's what Jah Signal's career wanted, something solid like that , to catapult him to the next level, "said the famous producer in Gweru.

He added: "If it were not the force of the album and, of course, a number of promoters and sponsors who were with him, his time could have cost a lot of time, but it's gone, the Zimbabweans are not stupid, they know the music Hi."

Jackie Dzabasa aka Jack Radix, a veteran Zim dancehall promoter who worked with the music entertainment prize, Chipaz Promotions and Silent Killer Promotions in South Africa, also sang Jah Signal's praise.

"This Jaya album is Jah Signal's first film, but the Zimbabwe response from around the world shows that the young man has a brilliant future." Kuwadzana's show saw more than 15,000 people around Harare, if not from Zimbabwe, has spent the open air to assume the release of the album for the first time.

"His main advantage was that Stonyeni, a pre-release singer, had already become a street hymn before the release of the album on the market He is young, is a fresh voice and showed great potential His" Shinga Muroora "has over 1.5 million views on YouTube – it's massive," Radix said, adding that,

"Jaya is different from the songs he has done in the past." It was received very well by music lovers across the globe. "It's just a matter of time before it explodes. At its launch, (November 3rd) it sold all the 3,500 CDs that were brought to the scene and there was still a massive demand. This album inaugurated it in the main entertainment – there is no doubt. "

With a proper stage, usually reserved for big shows, complete with intelligent lighting and a sound system that matches the stadium's performance, Jah Signal left Kuwadzana in amazement.

Speaking at The Sunday Mail Society, on the release of the album, K2 DJ Zee, the real name Perkins Govere, said after launching "Jaya" and the successful release of the album, Jah Signal headed for the stars.

"Nyama yakanaka inozvitengesa yega (good quality meat does not need the seller)." This is a huge endorsement.This thousands of people who participated in the release of Jah Signal are a statement.Of course his mark was already there but this album and the launch itself brought it to a whole new level.

"I played for a few years at K2 Night Club and I have here. I have not seen a concert of this magnitude or organized in this field." This young man just raised the bar very high and in this process strengthened his base because this is his home, where he grew up and went to school.

"The level of respect that you command because of this concert and other successes is amazing. No parent will tell the child that music is for loafers – he has proven that music can also be a rewarding career. He is the living proof of what discipline, hard work and perseverance can bring you into this industry, "said DJ Zee.

Overwhelmed by the love of the crowd since the release of K2 Grounds, Jah Signal has become so emotional, kneeling on the stage and thanking his fans. The crowd was so big, the projectors had to be installed quickly so everyone could see what was happening on the stage. Parking was a nightmare, supermarkets and a number of small-scale retailers had to close early – some had failed to cope with "chaos", while others wanted to be part of the fun.

Seh Calaz, Pah Chihera, Chillspot, President Hwindi, Killer T, Freeman, Lady Squanda, Queen Kadhijah and DJ Cables, among many others, also played at the event.

His manager, Hillary "Punchline" Mutake, said I was taking the album on the road until I reached all corners of the country.

"We're going to go to different cities in Zimbabwe and other countries, and we're going to launch a series of music videos." So far, we've made two and we're working on four more videos, "Mutake said.

Jah Signal expressed his gratitude to his fans, sponsors and parents for the release of the album.

The event was supported by corporations, including Silent Killer Logistics, Impala Car Rental, AB Communications, Punchline Entertainment, Dapper Gents and the Swah Team, led by Mhofela, the real name Innocent Shito.

In addition to producing Oskid Productions, Jah Signal has worked with Simplex, Maselo Productions, T-Man, DJ Tamuka and DJ Lovers to produce the 14-track album that will provide the sound track for this year's festive season.

Several songs that had an immediate impact are the title song "Jaya", "Nhando", "Stonyeni", "Shanda" and "Unovashungurudza", which Nicholas "Madzibaba" Zakaria presents.

Even without an album, Jah Signal is already on the road with over 50 singles including: Tirarira, Mkwasha Imboko, Ganda Idema, Kunzungu Nekunyimo, Rure Rure, Rudo, Tisvike, Ndezvepasi, Ku Gombwe "," Dai Mandiudza "and" Yatanga Hondo "to name a few.

Its services are sought both at regional and international level. This Wednesday is part of a two-week tour of Australia and the United Arab Emirates. Post Sunday.

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