Zimdancehall artiste Jah Signal revealed that he wants a Bulawayo Arts Awards (BAA) nomination.
The artiste had a great performance at the MSU Main Campus in Gweru over the weekend, and he has been regularly holding shows in Bulawayo since the end of last year.
Speaking to the Chronicle through his manager Hillary ‘Punchline’ Mutake, he said:
The support we’ve been receiving from Bulawayo is amazing. In a period of six months, we had more than seven shows which were marketed in a day or so but attracted full houses.
The Swaah family is now working flat out to meet the BAA requirements for the outside of Bulawayo artistes’ category next year.
Punchline added that they are now working on a singles collection which should be out towards the end of 2019.
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