Fans turned violent at Soul Jah Love’s album launch shortly after a guest performance by Silent Killer. The violence saw fans running for life in the near-stampede at Mbare Netball Complex.
Fans started throwing bottles onto the stage around 3am to express their anger, as they had anticipated more performances from popular artistes who paved the way for emerging Zimdancehall acts. Apart from Soul Jah Love’s performance, Nutty O, Freeman, Jah Signal and Silent Killer, Empress Massina, Oscar Pambuka and Kinnah also performed.
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Soul Jah Love was an award-winning and popular Zimdancehall artist who rose to prominence in 2012 with hit tracks such as "Ndini Uya uya" and "Gum-kum". He was often compared to the Jamaican Vybz Kartel. He was known for making the "Chibabababa", "Hauite Hauite", "Conquering"... Read More About Soul Jah Love
Oscar Pambuka is a Zimbabwean journalist, entrepreneur, musician and, since May 2019, a religious church founder and self-styled prophet. In November 2018, following a trial on corruption charges, Pambuka along with co-accused, Psychology Maziwisa was convicted of defrauding the Zimbabwe Power Company of $12,500 in... Read More About Oscar Pambuka
Empress Massina is the stage name of a Zimbabwean female Zimdancehall artist,she was born Erica Sabi She has a number of popular songs to her name, including the popular 2015 song Ndaiti Ndiwe which is a collaboration with Killer T. She rose to prominence in... Read More About Empress Massina