On visiting Souljah Love’s latest four minutes and 19 seconds visuals of Zvihombe Zviri Pandiri, a cloud of deep melancholic meditation is left hovering around the viewer.
Deep and well-articulated reggae vibe would best describe Jah Love’s recently dropped album title track video.
The Mbare bred singer once again weighs into offspring infliction that has evidently been sitting heavy on him for a better part of his career.
His lyrics that portray the amount of hurt the Pamamonya Ipapo singer is going through have subtly reproved some social media bullies from trolling prominent characters around social circles.
“Kutuka kwatinoita vamwe hakuna kumbonaka this song shows he is suffering ne depression ikukonzereswa nemashoko edu (Some trolling we drag these celebrities through probably sits heavy on them, this song evidently expresses the suffering and depression he is going through because of some things we say),” wrote one social media user.
“A HEARTY touching prayer indeed from chibaba. May God answer your prayers in Jesus name.AMEN,” added another touched fan.
“I try not to like you but hazvibudirire talent is what God gave you and noone can take that away.”
“I cried heyyyy????????? zvichaita mukoma Mwari vanonzwa havarambe vakanyarara ava vakatendeka . Mmmm I’m touched.”
This comes at a time when certain sections of Zimdancehall lovers were starting to rule out Jah Love as a force to reckon with. With the likes of Enzo Ishall, Bazooker, Jah Master among a host of young talent storming the music scene many were persuaded to believe that ‘Chibaba’ had met his Waterloo.