Musician Jah Prayzah is set to relaunch his album at Pick and Save in Mutare on Friday after a lukewarm response to the initial launch in Harare earlier this year. The album "Kumbumura Mhute" has been received with mixed feelings as some described it as below the standard he had set on "Tsviriyo".
Organiser of the event Esau Mupfumi said they have decided to relaunch the album in Mutare.
"I have been working with the musician well and I have decided to have another function relaunching it here in Mutare," said Mupfumi.
He said he has done it upon the people's request in the Eastern Capital.
"People have been requesting to have the album officially launched here in Mutare and we have decided to have the function on Friday," said Mupfumi.
The musician's manageress Filda Muchabaiwa said they were told by Mupfumi that he had organised a launch in Mutare.
"We thought it was done when we launched it here in Harare but Mupfumi said there was need to do another function from that one here. We have not been performing there for some time now and we have managed to come back with the new staff," said Muchabaiwa.
She added that they were happy with response they are getting on their live performances. "People are coming and each time these songs are being played people sing them along which is a positive response," she said.
Recently the Mutare based businessman sponsored the musician with a Mercedes Benz.