MORE tracks by unhurried gifted Zimdancehall chanter, Soul Jah Love are residing for posthumous free up, NewZimbabwe.com has learnt.
The ‘Pamamonya Ipapo’ hitmaker died Tuesday upon arrival at Mbuya Dorcas Sanatorium, Waterfalls.
He has been conferred with provincial hero space and will most certainly be buried Saturday at Warren Hills Cemetery within the capital.
In an interview with NewZimbabwe.com, his private producer, Shepherd Musananguro popularly diagnosed as Fireplace King acknowledged tracks he had labored on with the dancehall important person will be launched even after his loss of life.
“We labored on several hits along with Soul Jah Love some I the truth is dangle not been launched but.
“I became once correct making an attempt forward to the greenlight from him to free up them.
“Soul Jah Love became once a hitmaker and I don’t like any individual within the music commerce can ever change him, I the truth is dangle heaps of his hits that I would possibly free up.”
In a separate interview, Tendai Marara who became once managing Soul Jah Love at the time of his loss of life acknowledged three tracks he recorded would possibly presumably dangle a posthumous free up this April.
“In the route of this lockdown we went to the studio to affirm some songs we collaborated on.
“One of many songs’ chorus goes, ‘vaye vanondidisser vanorwisa nebasa rangu vanoda kusvibisa zuva nezuva vachingondizvimbisa ndotamba irikurira ini ndozvisimbisa’,” Marara acknowledged.
A fresh note, ‘Ndichafa Rinhiko’ has already been launched posthumously and has been broadly interpreted as a premonition of his loss of life.