The Sunday Mail
JAH Prayzah will on Sunday carry on with his birthday celebrations when he performs at Jongwe Corner in the capital.
The “Jerusarema” hitmaker celebrated his 32nd birthday on July 4.
The initial birthday celebrations were more of a private function that excluded most of the singer’s fans.
Organisers of the event note this is going to be a special event.
“This is a must-attend gig. It is going to be lit. The show has all necessary ingredients to make it a memorable one,” said Jongwe Corner entertainment manager, MC Gudo.
Jah Prayzah will be supported by a number of guest artistes and DJs.
Apart from celebrating his birthday, the family show also be a moment for the Uzumba born and bred artiste to reconnect with fans after a long live gig hiatus.
Also, it will probably create a perfect platform for the singer to set the record straight on his controversial Warriors support song “Fambai Nebhora”.
The track attracted a massive backlash from women activists around the country. The gig is expected to attract a number of revellers considering it will be an afternoon show.