Big day for Suluman
Tomorrow will be a big and memorable day for dendera maestro Suluman Chimbetu who will wed his wife of seven years, Linda Samuriwo as well as unveiling musical album Jamboree.
The event is scheduled for Zimbali Gardens in Greendale, Harare.
Chimbetu publicist Joe Nyamungoma said Jah Prayzah will be the best man while his wife Rufaro the best lady.
“Apart from being the best man, Jah Prayzah will go on to perform at the wedding’s after-party gig slated at Belgravia Sports Club.
“Some of the people in the bridal team include Tryson Chimbetu, Franco Slomo, Douglas Chimbetu and Tanaka Sithole,” Nyamungoma said.
Chimbetu’s eight-track album was recorded at Chimbetu’s new studio called Cockpit.
Contrary to general opinion that Sulu and Jah Prayzah do not see eye to eye, Nyamungoma said the event will demonstrate that they are real brothers.
“We did not appoint jah Prayzah to prove a point but we have chosen him because of this brotherly issue.
“However, the event will also cement their relationship and silence critics.”
Chimbetu, who will tie the knot with Samuriwo, is blessed with three children.
In a previous interview with Chimbetu, he was happy that he has managed to carve his own brand and identity.
“Though I am the son of Simon Chimbetu, the legend, I am glad that I have managed to distinguish my works from his and fans know me as Sulu,” he said.
Sulu’s has a number of musical album such as Ndomusiya Nani (2007), Reverse Deal (2009), Non Stop (2010), Syllabus (2012) and Gunship (2014) and he is happy that his music commanded a huge following locally and in the region.
“It is well received in countries such as Malawi, Botswana and Mozambique among others,” he said then. Daily News