Wilson Chipangura, Guest Reporter
Jah Prayzah, born Mukudzei Mukombe, turned 34 on Sunday 4th July and dropped the new project as a birthday gift to his multitude of fans across the globe.
The 16-track sumptuous album lived to its early billing which even resulted in a system crash on the Gateway Stream Music application, the local streaming platform where the album was supposed to be exclusively available.
“Thank you so much for the birthday messages. May God continue to bless you. The response to the sign-up for the album was overwhelming as lots and lots of users tried to log in at the same time resulting in a system crash.
“The technical team at Gateway Stream Music is working flat out to ensure the system comes back online. As per promise I have uploaded the album on our YouTube page as it was supposed to get to you by the 4th of July. Thank you for your patience, love, and support,” wrote Jah Prayzah.
Gateway Stream Music has since restored service and is now back online after the engineers updated the servers to accommodate highly unprecedented traffic on the platform.
Some of the top songs on Gwara album include Bvumbamirai, Chimwe ne Chimwe and Nyeredzi produced by G Fingerz, Takarasima and Ndichiyamwa produced by Tanzania top producer Lizer Classic.
Rodney Beatz is proving to be a real clean chisel when it comes to music production and the tracks he worked on such as Ndodzungaira, Mbwende, Nherera, Chigaro Chehushe and the popular song so far Murder are all trending.
Jah Prayzah also gave chance to young producer Victor Stot who produced the title track Gwara, a love song Boi Boi which has been warmly received so far.
Victor Stot also co-produced Mhaka with G Fingerz and Humhandara with Rodney Beatz.
The remaining songs Gone and Mhondoro were produced by Young DLC.
The video for the trending song which is almost 200 thousand views after 8 hours of release was directed by Blaqs.