Zimbabwe prominent Zimdancehall artist dies after short illness
By Ungenaphi | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 6670 views
The music fraternity and the rest of the Zimbabwean community are mourning the death of one of the prominent dancehall artists who ply by the name Souljah Love. He rose to prominence around 2012 when he went for hits after hits ridding many riddims that were produced by many prominent studios like chillspot.
Although the cause of his death is still unknown his close confidants said that he died at a local hospital after a short illness. He was just 30 years at the time of his death with more than six albums to his name. Zimbabweans took to social media to mourn their best musician of the dancehall era.
Here are some messages of comfort and condolences from his fans:
@Julias Moyo: Good too soon may your soul rest in internal peace.
@Munikwa Gwenzi: Was reading they say he had an accident he escaped with minor injury.
@Faith Chikwangwani: Rest easy King until we meet again
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