Having promised a great show, Jah Prayzah did not disappoint his fans after stamping his greatest performances of all times in Gweru last Friday.
His jaw dropping performances packaged with new stage works, latest hits and classic tracks, Musoja-Jah Prayzah left fans and critics with nothing but praises for the man at the Midlands Hotel.
Joel Hlambelo a Geography and Environmental Studies student at Midlands State University was left tongue-tied after Musoja grabbed his hand from the V.I.P stand.
“I cannot believe Jah Prayzah grabbed my hand, that was an honour, I do not know what else to say. I will not touch anything or anyone with this hand until the weekend is over”, he said.
Legion on the other hand made fans reach for the skies dancing to his tracks from his new album “Nobody can stop reggae” and he appreciated the reaction his music received from the fans.
“I was so excited to see Gweru jumping to my tracks, I hope fans will push my music to get people to familiarise with my new album,” says Legion.
Disc Jockey DJ Blesh left Midlands with no one standing in it as fans were hanging in the air jumping to the amazing tracks mixed by the man.
The “Official College Welcome Back” show was a success according to both the fans and the artists.