JAH Signal was wrong!
It was not necessary to start his album "Jaya", so close to Chitubu's release of Jah Prayzah – there is absolutely no way to ever win the war of democracy.
Jah Prayzah and his team have special skills in marketing and instigating not only the events but also the singer's products – this proved once again this past weekend.
In a country that has just survived drought stations and a dysfunctional brewery, with commodity and drug commodity prices rising, Jah Prayzah once again proved his brand name with a full house at the HICC.
This means it is Jah Prayzah's PR engine that the excellent launch of Jah Signal, with more than 15,000 people in the Kuwadza 2 Grounds last weekend, ended up being overshadowed by the usual plus or minus 5,000.
So is Jah Signal's work dead and buried?
"No," said award-winning music producer Oskid, who worked on three of the 14 songs on the album – "Nhando", "Ndine Mukomana Wangu" and "Gomo".
"I have been producing many award-winning albums in my career, I have a good ear for music and this is one of the best debut albums by any artist I've worked with. This is Jah Signal's career, something so full of dropped to the next level, "said Gweru's famed producer.
He added: "If it was not for the album's strength and of course a lot of candidates and sponsors who stayed with him, his time could cost him a lot of time, but no longer, Zimbabwe are not stupid, they know good music."
Jackie Dzabasa, known as Jack Radix, a veteran dancehall promoter Zim, who has collaborated with Chipaz Promotions and Silent Killer Promotions in South Africa, was also singing Jah Signal.
"This Jaya album is the first Jah Signal, but the response it has received so far from Zimbabwe around the world shows that the young man has a brilliant future." The Kuwadzana show saw more than 15,000 people from Hara, if not from Zimbabwe, to do the open air space to watch his album for the first time.
"His main advantage was that Stonyeni, a pre-release singer, had already become a street hymn before the album fell on the market, it's new, it's fresh voice and has shown great potential." Shinga Muroora's video is over from 1.5 million YouTube views – that's huge, "said Radix, adding that" Jaya is different from the songs he did in the past. "It's been taken very well by music lovers around the world. before he exploded, he sold 3 5 on his launch (November 3rd) 00 CDs that had been transported to the site and there was still a huge demand. This album has led him to mainstream entertainment – there's no doubt. "
With a proper scene that is usually intended for great performances, full of smart lighting and a sound system that fits into the performance of a stage, Jah Signal left the Cuubugan in awe.
Speaking at The Sunday Mail Society on the sidelines of the opening album, Entertainment Director K2 DJ Zee, real name Perkins Govere, said after the release of "Jaya" and the highly successful album, Jah Signal is heading to the stars.
"Nyama yakanaka inozvitengesa yega (good quality meat does not require any seller). This is a huge vision. These thousands of people who watched the launch of Jah Signal are a statement. Of course, his brand was already out there, but this album and the launch itself led him to a whole new level.
"I have played in K2 Night Club for years and I live here too." I have not seen a concert of this size or the one organized in this area, and this young man has just raised the bar very high and the base this is his home where he grew up and went to school.
"The level of respect that management gives due to this concert and other successes is surprising. No parent will tell his child that music is for loafers anymore – he has proven that music can also be a rewarding career. living proof of what discipline, hard work and perseverance can bring you to this industry, "said DJ Zee.
Caught by the crowd's love at the launch of the K2 Grounds, Jah Signal got so emotional, fascinated on the stage and thanked his fans. The crowd was so big, the headlights had to be installed quickly so everyone could see what was happening on the stage. Parking was a nightmare, supermarkets and some small-scale retailers had to close early – with some not being able to cope with "chaos" while others wanted to be part of the fun.
Seh Calaz, Pah Chihera, the Chillspot family, President Hwindi, Killer T, Freeman, Lady Squanda, Queen Kadhijah and DJ Cables, among many others.
Hillary's director "Punchline" Mutake said they are taking the album on the road until they reach all the corners of the country.
"We will take it to several Zimbabwean cities, but also to other countries, we will also make a number of music videos, so far we have done two and we are working on four more videos," said Mutake.
Jah Signal expressed gratitude to his fans, sponsors and parents, whom he brought to the album.
The event was supported by companies including Silent Killer Logistics, Impala Car Rental, AB Communications, Punchline Entertainment, Dapper Gents and Team Swah Family headed by Mhofela, the real name Innocent Shito.
In addition to Oskid Productions, Jah Signal also collaborated with Simplex, Maselo Productions, T-Man, DJ Tamuka and DJ Lovers to create the album of 14 songs, which is to deliver the sound of this year's celebration season .
Some of the songs that had a direct impact are the title track "Jaya", "Nhando", "Stonyeni", "Shanda" and "Unovashungurudza", featuring Nicholas "Madzibaba" Zakaria.
Even without an album, Jah Signal was already on the way up, with over 50 singles among them 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 begins a two-week tour in Australia and the United Arab Emirates.
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