SO many theories and sayings have been crafted in as far as home being the best turf despite the glory that people may enjoy elsewhere.
The theories aside, it is generally agreed that home is always best.
At least that will be the notion tomorrow when contemporary musician Jah Prayzah performs at New Life Nite Club in Budiriro.
The musician will perform at New Life generally referred to as his “home” following his return from Botswana where he performed in Gaborone and Francistown last weekend.
Besides all the artiste’s different history chapters and experiences, Budiriro remains the most important one for the followers in particular given that he first made his mark in the western suburb.
Organiser of the show Fidelis Ngove said the show would double as his belated home birthday celebrations and welcome party.
“Besides the fact that the musician is on top of his game, he remains our son. Jah Prayzah remains a shining beacon for young artistes from Budiriro who aspire to make a mark out there,” he said.
“We cherish his humility and creativity and hope that he keeps growing as well as inspire the young people in this society to work hard.
“There are a lot of talented youngsters in our societies that need self-belief just as Jah Prayzah did.”
Jah Prayzah said he is thrilled to be back in Budiriro.
“It is always a sentimental experience playing in Budiriro. I will be performing to thank the people of Budiriro for the support and nurturing me to be the person I am today,” he said.
“Although the show has been themed along the lines of birthday and welcome-back celebrations, for me it is a back-to-my-roots show and everyone has to expect fireworks.”
The musician who will be performing alongside little known and underrated musician Potipher Mopo, said he is also working on his videos that will be released in September.
“We are being very careful with the videos and we are taking our time,” he said.
He said the DVD would be released in September.
Jah Prayzah will be performing in Gweru tomorrow and Mutare on Sunday.