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Ambassadors meet at Rangers

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THE Batai Munhu combination of fiery musician Jah Prayzah and dendera ace Sulumani Chimbetu seem to be retracing their roots.

BY WINSTONE ANTONIO

A week after sharing the stage at Sulu’s National Arts Merit Awards victory party, the pair are in a joint performance on Sunday at Rangers Gardens nestled in the heart of Westlea, Harare.

Sulu’s publicist Joe “Local” Nyamungoma said there were numerous requests for these joint shows and they are now responding to their fans’ needs.

“A lot has been said pertaining to our relationship with Jah Prayzah and we want to prove that our relationship is still going strong while at the same time we give our fans an exciting package of performances,” Nyamungoma said.

“Our relationship with Jah Prayzah is not limited to our collaborations only. The musicians have worked together on a number of personal projects and collaborating on the song was just manifestation of a good relationship.”

Nyamungoma said they would continue to unveil new packages for their fans as a way of thanking them for their support.
With five albums to his name Sulu is proving that he is no longer riding on his late father’s fame but is now his own man.

Since the start of his career, Sulu has released albums Ndomusiya Nani, Reverse Deal, Non Stop, Syllabus and his latest offering Gunship.

These two youth icons are tried and tested and are proving to be commanding a huge following on the local showbiz scene.

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