By Tonderai Zvimba
Zimdancehall musician Nicodimus Mutize, better known as Jah Signal, released the video last week for his hit single "Sweetie (Shinga Muroora)" for the launch of his album next month.
In the song, the video of which contains social media sensation, comedian Mai Titi, Jah Signal urges women to be strong in their marriage, despite what they might experience.
Jah Signal, who scores high on the success of tracks Yekedero and Mairevei Pamakati with Boom Beto, is currently one of the most promising artists. He has become a darling of most music promoters and companies across the country, judging by the number of performances he has received.
The young artist who became known as the Honor Ladies in 2011 has always been vocal when it comes to issues relating to women and marriage. This can be traced back to some of his songs where he fights for women's rights such as Honor Ladies, Ebube – a gender sensitive song and this new issue.
"In this video I encourage daughter-in-law to be strong in their marriage, however difficult the situation may be with the in-laws, the daughters-in-law must be strong and continue to fight, because it is about the love that exists between her and the man," he explained.
Mai Titi portrays the role of a lazy daughter-in-law who hates her mother-in-law. Jah Signal said that the comedian had the role after she had told her ordeal with her ex-husband on Facebook.
"I've always been a fan of Mai Titi's jokes and I've always wanted her to be in one of my video clips, she was perfect for this particular video, especially after she had her sad story about her marriage a few months ago. social media. & # 39;
The video clip is available on YouTube, where it is appreciated. He said he was packing his album now, Titambirei, which he hopes to release next month. Before the album is released, Jah Signal drops a single track that he collaborated with Madzibaba Nicholas Zacharia.
From this point on, Jah Signal said he wanted to cooperate with international stars such as P Square. The Chronicle