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Soul Jah Love saw his own death coming

AWARD-WINNING Zimdancehall artist Soul Jah Love who died Tuesday night upon arrival at Mbuya Dorcas hospital in Harare, seems to have prophesied his death in his song which was due to be released.

Famed for his signature chants like Chibabababa, Hauite Hauite, Conquering and Television Tingz, the talented chanter who broke into the music industry in 2012 with the hit Ndini Uya Uya, foretold his death in an emotional song which was set to be released.

Loved by many and an idol among his peers, Sol Jah Love’s death has left fellow dancehall artists and other players in the music industry in dejection.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation has paid tribute to the late dancehall chanter Soul Jah Love.

The deputy Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Tino Machakaire, who visited Soul Jah Love’s home, spoke highly of the late talented chanter, and pledged the Ministry’s support towards the late artist’s funeral.

The family of the late artist said Sauro has left a huge gap which no one can fill.

Owing to his creativity, Sauro as he was also known by his legion of fans, was also behind the ZBC license jingle, which one can easily mistake for a hit song.

Soul Jah love, Sauro, Makuruwani or Chibabababa rose to fame in 2012 with the hit Ndini Uya Uya, and maintained the momentum with songs like Kuponda Nhamo, Pamamonya Ipapo and Dai Hupenyu Hwaitengwa, a dedication to his late mother.

He also featured on Shinsoman’s hit Hatichabatika and Suluman Chimbetu’s Nyuchi.

Burial arrangements will be announced in due course. 🔺

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