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Jah Prayzah is a Zimbabwean contemporary musician and lead member of the band Third Generation.
He is popularly referred to by fans and media as “Musoja”, the Shona word for “soldier”, a name he earned mostly because of his signature band uniform of military regalia.
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Jah Prayzah Profile
Mukudzeyi Mukombe aka was born on 4th July 1987 in Uzumba, Zimbabwe.
Mukombe, attended Musamhi Primary School and later Musamhi High School in Mutoko, in Mashonaland East Province.
He then relocated to Harare where he stayed with his uncle and eventually completed his ordinary and advanced levels of education in Harare.
Mukombe is the last born in a family of five. As a young boy he liked writing, reading his father’s Shona novels, swimming in the river with friends, and hunting in the forests.
He nurtured this habit through singing at school assemblies and at church, as well as playing the mbira with his teacher
Mukombe’s first experience with composing music was during his early years of high school.
He started to record dancehall and reggae tracks with his friends with some tracks creating a vibe in the suburb, but failing to hit the national music scene.
He later recorded contemporary music and afro jazztracks with DJ Thando and other local producers, releasing singles such as “Sorry Mama” and “Seiko”.
Musoja started his career in 2005. In 2007 he released his first commercially launched album, Sungano. He went on to release two more albums, Rudo neRunyararo and Ngwarira Kuparara.
Ngwarira Kuparara was commercially successful, and he was offered a contract for the Wednesday slots at a local Harare pub called Jazz 105.
In 2013 he released his fourth album Tsviriyo and won a NAMA award for song of the Year for the song “Gotchi Gotchi”.
In 2014 he released Kumbumura Mhute. In the same year he won five NAMA awards and two ZIMA awards.
In 2015 he opened a new studio and released his sixth studio album, Jerusarema.
Jah Prayzah Net Worth
His most notable work was a collaboration with award-winning Tanzanian artist Diamond Platnumz on his hit song “Watora Mari”, which reached over a million views on YouTube in less than a month after its release.
“Watora Mari” has enjoyed massive airplay on MTV Base and Trace Africa.
Chitubu (2 November 2018)
Kutonga Kwaro (2017)
Mdhara Vachauya (2016)
Kumbumura Mhute (2014)
Ngwarira Kuparara (2012)
Sungano Yerudo (2010)
Rudo Nerunyararo (2007)
MTV African Music Award 2016 – Listener’s Choice
AwardNAMA 2013 Award for Song of the Year, “Gochi Gochi”2013 Zimbabwe Peace ambassador award
NAMA 2014 Awards – Outstanding Album, Tsviriyo
NAMA 2014 Awards – Outstanding Song, “Tsviriyo”
NAMA 2014 Awards – Outstanding Male Artist, Jah Prayzah
NAMA 2014 Awards – Outstanding Video, “Mwanasikana”
NAMA 2014 Awards – People’s Choice, Jah PrayzahZim
Dream Online award- 2014
NAMA 2016 Awards – Album of the Year
NAMA 2016 Awards – Outstanding Male Artist
ZIMA 2016 Awards – Artist of the Year
ZIMA 2016 Awards – Traditional Song of the Year “Jerusarema”