Jah Prayzah Pospones Album Release Date, Drops “Hokoyo” Single
Zimbabwean singer who was scheduled to launch his 10th studio album has now postponed the album release date to the end of this month but that does not stop him from dropping a single off the much anticipated album. He is letting the track “Hokoyo” go and it is accompanied by a befitting music video.
The album was initially supposed to be released on 3rd of April 2020 but due to the ongoing Corona virus pandemic, the singer has decided to postpone the album release date. The new release date is now 31st of March.
32 years old Mukudzeyi Mukombe with stage name Jah Prayzah, is a Zimbabwean contemporary singer and lead member of the band group Third Generation. He is commonly referred to by fans as “Musoja”, the Shona word for “soldier”, a nickname he got mainly for of his signature band outfit of military symbols. The name “Jah Prayzah” is derived from his real name, “Mukudzeyi”, which translates to “Praise Him”.
While we await his album release, enjoy his latest offering “Hokoyo” below.