Jah Prayzah – Fambai Nebhora (Zimbabwe Warriors Dedication)

July 02, 2019 at 18:46
Jah Prayzah - Fambai Nebhora (Zimbabwe Warriors Dedication)

 Zimbabwean Talented Singer, Jah Prayzah drops a new song titled Fambai Nebhora.

The song is however a dedication to the Senior Zimbabwe Men’s National Soccer Team (Warriors) in their quest to conquer Africa.

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Writen by  Mukudzeyi Mukombe.

Produced by: Bless Mchenga.

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Mukudzeyi Mukombe (conceived July 4, 1987)[1], who performs under the name Jah Prayzah,

is a Zimbabwean contemporary performer and lead individual from the band Third Generation.

He is famously alluded to by fans and media as “Musoja”, the Shona word for “fighter”, a name

he earned for the most part due to his mark band uniform of military formal attire.

The name “Jah Prayzah” originates from his name, “Mukudzeyi”, which signifies “Applause Him”.

Beginning of music profession

Mukombe’s first involvement with making music was during his initial long periods of high

school.[2] He began to record dancehall and reggae follows his companions with certain tracks

making a vibe in the suburb, however neglecting to hit the national music scene.

He later recorded contemporary music and afro jazztracks with DJ Thando and other neighborhood makers, discharging singles, for example, “Sorry Mama” and “Seiko”.

He began his vocation in 2005. In 2007 he discharged his first economically propelled

collection, Sungano. He proceeded to discharge two additional collections, Rudo neRunyararo

and Ngwarira Kuparara. The last was monetarily fruitful and contained the singles “Maria” and

“Dande”, the last of which highlighted Chiwoniso Maraire. Ngwarira Kuparara was economically

fruitful, 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 melody of the

Year for the tune “Gotchi”. In 2014 he discharged Kumbumura Mhute.[3] around the same time he won five NAMA grants and two ZIMA awards.[4] Jah Prayzah

Furthermore, in 2015 he opened another studio and discharged his 6th studio collection, Jerusarema.[5] Jah Prayzah

His most eminent work was a joint effort with honor winning Tanzanian craftsman Diamond

Platnumz 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.

On 2 November 2018, Mukombe propelled his eighth studio collection titled Chitubu.

The collection highlights coordinated efforts from surely understood African craftsmen, for example, Patoranking and Sauti Sol.


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