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Soul Jah Love, Progress Chipfumo square off

PROBLEM child and dancehall chanter, Soul Jah Love, will be in Mutare again this weekend to perform at The Platinum (formerly Pick and Save) as compensation for the ill-fated show that he failed to perform a fortnight ago.

Soul Jah Love, Progress Chipfumo square off
Chibaba chacho, as he is fondly called by his legion of fans, failed to pitch up at the popular leisure centre after he reportedly “knocked” and soiled himself in his hotel room after allegedly taking some drugs.
His management, however, argued that he was down with diabetes after he had skipped medication.

The Ndini uya uya singer left his legion of fans who had to wait for so many hours for him to turn up for the show disappointed and heartbroken.
This time around, the controversial singer will be supported by one of the most talented yet underrated musician, Progress Chipfumo.

The show organiser, Isau Mupfumi, said it was all systems go and assured patrons that the show would go on without any hitches or inconveniences.
Fans are going to pay a paltry $3 to watch the two artistes performing.


“We always make sure that our patrons are well taken of whenever they visit our centre. Likewise, we like to urge them to come in their numbers and witness two of the most talented musicians in their respective genres performing on the same night.

“We believe Soul Jah Love is growing up in the music industry and fans should be patient with him. We believe he has done his homework and will be at his best come this weekend.

“We decided to rope in a more mature artiste, Progress Chipfumo. He is a veteran musician whose music appeals to all age groups, so we look forward to having a wonderful night,” Mupfumi said.

At his best, Soul Jah Love can put the roof on fire with his enchanting hits such as Gum Kum, Handichabatika, Zimbabwe, Ndini uya uya, and new track Takuponda nhamo as well as organised stage choreography.

Chipfumo’s lyrical expertise and flawless performances are admired by many.
The talented guitarist has six albums to date which are Let Them Know, Ndinovatenda Nei, Tsiurika and Usatamba Nemoto, Progress Report and Hold my hand. 

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