His fans did not disappoint him as they filled up HICC as he expected despite the economic hardships that people are facing. He performed only two tracks from the album, Chitubu which is the title track and Chikomo and left fans asking for more. He also screened the video Dzamutsana which now have more than 118k views on YouTube in just two days before he returned to his old songs from previous albums.
The singer ran away from political tag he seen associated with lately and the gospel musician and Pastor of Rooted in Christ Ministries, Charles Charamba was the guest of honour at the launch.
Most of his fans complained about his previous album – Kutonga Kwaro Gamba which he did as tribute to President Emmerson Mnangwagwa but are happy now that he is back to his old self and sticking to his traditional music which is not political.
Baba Harare appeared on stage soon after Amara Brown showcased her dancing skills and Exque, Seh Calaz and Killer T also performed at the launch among others. Jah Prayzah thanked his fans for supporting him and is expecting to have a second launch of Chitubu for his fans in Bulawayo and its surrounds.