The End Of Military Touch, Jah Prayzah Dumped By Dj Tamuka
Since Military Touch Movement was announced to Zimbabweans, besides their hit Chekeche nothing came out after that except artists leaving the label.
Jah Prayzah was the face of the brand and is said to have been bossy and stopping other people’s bags whilst he got to the top by himself.
First, it was Andy Muridzo who left and aired out his reasons, followed by Tahle weDzinza whose exit mad drama on social media after all her music at MTM was said to have been trashed(binned).
With Nutty O, he once hinted on a radio interview that his songs are not realized although Jah Prayzah was releasing music all the time.
Ex-Q’s exit was said to have been the most dramatic one but he might have kept himself like a gentleman he is because it only hit on social media months after.
This time MTM with JP is said to be done, just like what JP did to Tahle’s music, it is binned and no trace because Dj Tamuka allegedly is now done working with JP.
Rumour has it that a local paint and mobile phone company which is said to be the rightful owner of MTM, offered Dj Tamuka a new studio at their head office, dumping JP studios they were using the past 2 years.
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