Jah Prayzah Pens An Emotional Tribute To Soul Jah Love

Jiti and Afro Pop star Mukudzei Mukombe also known as Jah Prayzah wrote a touching tribute to the late celebrated Zim Dancehall artiste Soul Jah Love (real name Soul Musaka) describing him as a hilarious larger than life character.

Jah Prayzah wrote on Facebook that Soul Jah Love was one of the most talented musicians Zimbabwe has ever seen.
Jah Prayzah Pens An Emotional Tribute To Soul Jah Love
Jah Prayzah Pens An Emotional Tribute To Soul Jah Love

Below Is Jah Prayzah’s emotional tribute to Soul Jah love:

Chibaba matisiya. I still cannot believe it, but who are we to reverse it. You always had a way to make everyone laugh, even when we least expected a joke from anyone, you would pull up.

This was just how talented you were, your name should be mentioned well up there amongst the greats as one of the most talented artists Zimbabwe ever had.

I remember you asked me if we could do a song 3 different times and on all occasions, my answer was the same; “Who in his right mind would not want to do a song with Soul Jah Love”. You stood me up at the studio on all 3 occasions and somehow I don’t know how I still find that funny.

The last time we met you said “this time ndakuuya zvemashuwa” . There will be no replacement for you.

Rest In Peace my brother, seems like the years were too short but the music you gave us is enough to last a lifetime.

On Tuesday afternoon Soul Jah Love’s health deteriorated as he went into a hyperglycemic coma – a condition that is associated with diabetic patients.

He was rushed to Mbuya Dorcas Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. He died at the youthful age of 31.

In his short-lived life, Chibaba, as he was affectionately known by his legion of fans, managed to build a flourishing music career that saw him win multiple awards.

Soul Jah Love engraved his name in the annuls of history with hit singles like Ndini Uya Uya, Kuponda Nhamho, and Pamamonya Ipapo.

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