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Mukudzeyi Mukombe, who performs under the name Jah Prayzah (conceived July 4, 1987 in Uzumba, Zimbabwe), is a Zimbabwean contemporary artist and lead individual from the band Third Generation. He is prevalently alluded to by fans and media as “Musoja”, the Shona word for “fighter”, a name he earned for the most part in view of his mark band uniform of military formal attire. The name “Jah Prayzah” originates from his name, “Mukudzei”, which signifies “Applaud Him”.
He was the last conceived in a group of five. As a young man he preferred written work, perusing his dad’s Shona books, swimming in the stream with companions, and chasing in the woodlands. Over and over he would return home with his shorts torn from all the climbing and enterprise. In particular, he got a kick out of the chance to sing. He sustained this propensity through singing at school gatherings and at chapel, and playing the mbira with his instructor. As he became more established and as his mbira aptitudes enhanced, Mukudzei Mukombe felt certain and motivated to seek after his interests in music. Individuals started to understand his regular blessing in music and dialect, and urged him to be not kidding with it.
He went to Musamhi Primary School and later Musamhi High School in Murehwa in Mashonaland East Province. He at that point moved to Harare where he remained with his uncle and in the long run finished his ‘O’ and ‘A’ Levels in Harare.
Mukudzeyi’s first involvement with making music was amid his initial a long time of high school. He began to record dancehall and reggae tracks with his companions with a few tracks making a vibe in the suburb, yet neglecting to hit the national music scene. He later recorded contemporary music and afro jazztracks with DJ Thando and other nearby makers, discharging singles, for example, “Too bad Mama” and “Seiko”.
In 2007 he discharged his first industrially propelled collection, Sungano. He went ahead to discharge two more collections, Rudo neRunyararo and Ngwarira Kuparara. The last was industrially effective and contained the singles “Maria” and “Dande”, the last of which included Chiwoniso Maraire. Ngwarira Kuparara was monetarily effective, and he was offered an agreement for the Wednesday spaces at a nearby Harare bar called Jazz 105.
In 2013 he discharged his fourth collection Tsviriyo and won a NAMA grant for tune of the Year for the melody “Gotchi”. In 2014 he discharged Kumbumura Mhute. around the same time he won five NAMA honors and two ZIMA awards.
In 2015 he opened another studio and discharged his 6th studio collection, Jerusarema.
His most eminent work was a joint effort with grant winning Tanzanian craftsman Diamond Platinumz on his hit melody “Watora Mari”, which came to over a million perspectives on YouTube in under a month after its discharge. “Watora Mari” has delighted in gigantic airplay on MTV Base and Trace Africa. Nonetheless, the other melody, “Mudhara Vachauya” is the one being delighted in Zimbabwe.
March 4, 2021
March 4, 2021