CONTEMPORARY musician Jah Prayzah and dancehall chanter King Shady set Morondera’s Legends Sports Bar ablaze on Saturday with energetic performances that left hundreds of fans who thronged the venue convinced they are forces to reckon with on the local showbiz scene.
King Shady and young brother Junior King, who were the supporting act, put a top notch performance. They brought the house down with their mixed bag of playlist composed of both old and new songs.
Jah Prayzah went on stage around midnight receiving cheers from fans that could be seen pushing and shoving to get close to the stage.
As the Tsviriyo singer went on stage, the fans started waving; dancing and singing along with the musician while the Third Generation members dressed in their usual camouflage regalia displayed energetic dances.
Jah Prayzah’s first set was composed of new songs Mbada and Jerusalema off his forthcoming album.
Speaking on the sidelines of the show, Jah Prayzah’s manager, Filda Muchabaiwa said they were overwhelmed by the support they are getting from their fans.
“It is so encouraging that our shows are being well attended and we want to thank our fans for that support,” Muchabaiwa said.