Jah Prayzah says his 10-year-old son Mukudze Mukombe Junior has a deep-seated passion for music and has been begging him to assist him to play the keyboard.
Mukudzei Jr released his single debut titled ‘Rovai Ngoma’ on Wednesday and the video of the song has been a big hit with music enthusiasts.
Jah Prayzah revealed that the Coronavirus lockdown has also come as a blessing in disguise for him to usher his son into the studio.
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Responding to critics and social media users that he was giving his son pressure to venture into music, the 33-year-old said:
There is no appropriate time when should start to realise their dreams as long as the resources are there.
In Junior’s case, I decided to unleash him now on Covid-19 lockdown because schools are closed and he can still do his music and school work at the same time since most of the school work is done online.
The boy is still young and he can master both music and school work because he has nothing to worry about as a kid right now.
If I reflect on my career, there are something that are difficult to learn and master because I did not do them when I was young.
So in the case of Junior, I can suppress his passion or sit on his talent because you never know what will help him in future.
Jah Prayzah urged parents to assist their children and help them to follow the careers of their dreams at a tender age.