‘HelloMwari’ star Jah Master aims for the top


Vasco Chaya 




RISING Zimdancehall star  Jah Master hopes he can maintain the current trajectory his career is enjoying and hopes it will soon propel him into the top echelons of the local music industry. 

This comes as Master is enjoying a huge buzz with his latest offering titled HelloMwari which has since garnered over one million views on YouTube.

The song was premiered just over two weeks ago on NashTv and is already enjoying massive air play and support from radio and DJs.

“I have many singles, they number over 60 but none of them have performed better than HelloMwari,” Jah Master told the Daily News yesterday.

“Reaching a million views is a milestone which I am proud of. There are a number of big names in the music industry who have never reached that milestone.”

The 23-year-old, whose real name is Rodney Mashandure, has high hopes for the future as it seems most of the genre’s lovers are gravitating towards his songs.

“The success of HelloMwari has given me confidence to work harder in the music industry. My desire is now to continue churning out hits such that I can penetrate the big leagues,” the Chitungwiza-born entertainer said.

At the moment, the three big acts in local music are Alick Macheso, Jah Prayzah and Winky D leaving a lot of work for Jah Master and other singers to break into that group.

After noticing the success HelloMwari has generated, NashTv hopes Master will keep his feet on the ground and work on his craft so that he can create even more hit songs.

“Jah Master has always been a good artist. You might not know this or agree with us but this is not even his best song,” the online channel said in a statement.

“The biggest challenge is our artists are not being given the attention they deserve and as Nash Tv our aim is to provide them with the platform to showcase their talent to Zimbabwe and the world.

“To Jah Master, the message is still the same young man. Remain humble despite the instant fame and you to go far.”


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