Jazz musician Jah Prayzah found his studio destroyed by heavy rains and postponed his anticipated album to 2025. Jah is one of the few Zimbabwean artists who had managed to build a studio for themselves. His studio has managed to raise many stars through his Military Touch movement, featuring top stars like Andy Muridzo before he shut it down in 2020. Since then, Jah has been releasing his music alone in his studio, which got destroyed by heavy rains yesterday in Harare.
For the past month, Winky D’s album Eureka had been topping headlines with the lyrics of the album dividing the nation. He featured many artists, and Holy ten had been one of the artists to claim that Winky conned them into a collabo. This has since backfired for the young Hip-hop star, who lost over 3 000 followers across social media platforms in the past 24 hours. Top social commentaries and journalists like Hopewell Chin’ono and Shadaya advised Holy to stay out of Winky’s business. The young star does not listen and he is up for the fight.
Heavy rains destroyed Jah Prayzah’s studio in Harare.
In the area of Westlea and Belvedere, where Jah’s studio is located, there were heavy rains that destroyed many houses, including the studio. The chairs, the roof and the sound system machines were all destroyed. The Goto hitmaker took the video with the water in his studio machines. His voice sounded disappointed with most of his devices unable to be used any more.
Whilst on the same video hinted that he would be unable to release his much-anticipated album in time. Many of his fans had been waiting for the album such that they got to compare it with Winky D’s album for them to see who are the prominent artists.