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Jah Prayzah Double  Celebration Birthday &  New Album On Same Day

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04 Jul, 2021   |   Posted By: staff reporter   |   Estimated reading time 2 minutes

Jah Prayzah Double Celebration Birthday & New Album On Same Day

Jah Prayzah (“JP”) today celebrates his 34th birthday with the release of his 11th studio album titled “Gwara”.

The musician considers the new project a “birthday gift” for his fans, hence he had to bring forward the launch from the initially suggested July 9 date.

Prior to the launch, the multi-award-winning singer released a single called “Svovi”.

However, JP said he would have loved to drop his new projects in a “normal environment”.

“I miss the fans, the energy they exude and the memories created when we perform and see people appreciating what we would have produced,” said JP soon after a five-hour rehearsal with his new and rebranded band.

“There are many tracks from my 2020 album, ‘Hokoyo’, which I wish I could have performed in front of a live audience, but, well, we have to keep waiting.

“We had announced that the album was to be released on July 9, but I decided to give a gift to those who love my music on my birthday as opposed to just receiving gifts on the day I celebrate life.”

The album title “Gwara” has two distinct meanings in the Shona dialect.

On one hand, it refers to a person full of fear, while on the other it means a path or way.

“I will not disclose which ‘gwara’ we are referring to. I want to leave my fans guessing and let them figure it out on their own.”

The new project seems to be diverse compared to the musician’s previous work.

The signature sound is still present,  but there are some interesting experiments.

The album will be launched with live online performances from JP and his new-look 3G band (formerly Third Generation).

“People can access the album for free on the Gateway Stream music application starting on July 4. We encourage them to download the application as they will need it to view all the live performances from myself and the guest musicians.”

He said they chose to go with the pay-per-view option because it allows them to monetise their work as shows remain banned.


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