THE Winds of August are upon us. This time we are not sure if they are bringing a bad omen or the best news in the Arts and Sports industry with the return of two twins from different mothers.
Two bad boys, Denver Mukamba and Jah Love, both known for the wrong reasons yet talented are now back in the fold.
Mukamba, a talented young man who won the hearts of De-mbare fans and former Warriors Coach Claudio Pagels who went on to name him the Warriors Captain, is now showcasing his skills in Chapungu Football Club’s colours.
A bad boy, introduced into the Zimbabwe Premier league by Lloyd Mutasa while at Dembare and later loaned to rivals Caps United, Mukamba could not just behave and no coach had the patience to bear with his stubborn nature.
It did not take long before Mukamba crossed the Limpopo, trekking down South where, again, he had a bad spell, missing training sessions and at times going awol when his team needed him the most. He retraced his steps back home to revive his career.
Mukamba’s behaviour is similar to that of Soul Jah Love, born Soul Musaka, an award winning Zim Dancehall Artist.
Affectionately known as Chibaba, Jah Love could snub shows due to double bookings. When he attended the said shows he could not perform because he will be ‘too drunk’.
Be that as it may, the two are without doubt blessed with their gifts. Mukamba, on any good day can rock the fans with his fancy footworks while Jah Love, once behind the microphone, sends crowds into a frenzy. They always leave the fans calling for some more.
Questions are being asked if the month of August will revive the carriers of the two bad boys?
Earlier this month Jah Love dropped an Album entitled “Zviri Pandiri Zvihombe.” The album is now a hit and people are enjoying it in clubs and commuter omnibuses.
Mukamba, on the other hand, left fans convinced that the star is back.