Zimbabwe is on the right track in as far as promoting music is concerned, Diamond Platinum has said.
The visiting Tanzanian musician, who is in the country for the much hyped “Watora Mari” concert, named after the award winning hit song Watora Mari which he collaborated with man of the moment, Jah Prayzah, said Zimbabwean music industry is on the right track and a lot more can be done to make the industry great.
“Zimbabwean music is great; it’s no different from other countries. In fact, I can safely say the music industry is growing, based on the little knowledge I have so far. I’m sure more can be done to make it great just as in South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya,” said the Kidogo hit maker.
Born Naseeb Abdul Juma, the Bongo Flava musician, who is on his first Zimbabwean visit, will share the stage with Jah Prayzah for the most anticipated gig of the year with the two artists promising fireworks.
His recent hit with Jah Prayzah, Watora Mari, off the album Mudhara Vachauya catapulted both artists on the continental stardom with the track eventually scooping the People’s Choice Award at the MTV African Music Awards.
Speaking to Journalists at a press conference in the capital, Jah Prayzah said he is raring to go and promised his loyal fans nothing short of a great show.
“I say to my fans, come in numbers as we have planned something special for you. We will put up a clinical act and hopefully this will be the show of the year,” the lanky lad assured.
Organizers of the event, 2Kings, said all logistics are in place and urged fans to be supportive of the event.
The show which is slated for the Harare International Conference tomorrow, will also see Killer T, EX-Q, Stunner, Trevor Dongo and many other upcoming artists performing in what is likely going to be a crowning moment for Jah Prayzah.