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Nox, Jah Prayzah storm local airwaves


POPULAR urban groover Enock “Nox” Guni’s new Gumbo Mudoro single featuring award-winning mbira fusion artiste Jah Prayzah which has won the hearts of many already is set to hit all local radio stations.


The much-anticipated track, which has had great impact online since its release on social media platforms last week, will this week find its way to local radio stations.

In an interview with NewsDay, Nox said the reception of the exceptionally fused single has been overwhelming owing much to the versatility of both artistes.

“The response has been too overwhelming after we released Gumbo Mudoro last week. We are from different genres but fusing our music was very easy because we are both versatile,” he said.

“Working with Jah Prayzah has been great as he has a very powerful voice and is super talented,” he added.

Born Mukudzeyi Mukombe, the multi award-winning Jah Prayzah has become the most-sort-for artist for musicians considering collaborations.

Meanwhile, Nox also hinted on the release of his new album titled Africa’s Best and a couple of more collaborations with regional and international artistes.

“Our newly completed album Africa’s Best will be released in May and fans should watch out for a song called Number 1, another collaboration with a Nigerian artist is on its way as well,” said the South African based Nox.

In response to why most of his previous productions have not yielded awards the Ndinonyara hit-maker bemoaned lack of professionalism in the local industry for failure to recognise talent as a great compromise to quality and credibility in Zimbabwe.

“I have said my mind before and although I got victimised for it I still think professionalism is pertinent if we want our local awards to be credible.

“I only have two awards to my name and both of them are not from local institution so my plea is that credit should be given where it is due,” he said.

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