By Simbarashe Sithole
Up and Coming Guruve based traditional musician Ginatsia Nyamhete popularly known as Jah Lemmy gave a polished perfomance at Mzansi bar Mvurwi and walked away a rich man after receiving money on stage from business people who were pleased with his perfomance.
Jah Lemmy had a busy weekend as he started his shows for the week in Mashonaland West Nyabira on Friday , Guruve Sartuday and Sunday he had a family show in Mvurwi.
Music promoter Prince Chipenda aka Mzansi Boss said the artiste deserves support since he is upholding Zimbabwean tradition.
“It is good to note that we have youngsters like Jah Lemmy who uphold our tradition and pulling huge crowds so as a music promoter l will keep on supporting him,” Chipenda said.
Mvurwi Businessman Max Mlembazi popularly known as Mulembishto parted ways with US$400 which he gave to band members on stage.
Speaking to Bulawayo24.com Mlembishto said people should learn to appreciate good work.
“I splashed money on stage because l appreciate talent it is my wish that other business people come on board and support local talent,” he said ecstatically.
Jah Lemmy’s Guruve arts marimba became the 2012 Chibuku national winner and since then he has never looked back.
He also became popular with his eight track “Topinda Musango” album in 2017.