Soul Jah Love Bio, Wiki
Soul Jah Love born Soul Musaka was an award-winning and popular Zimdancehall artist who rose to prominence in 2012 with hit tracks such as “Ndini Uya uya” and “Gum-kum”. He was often compared to the Jamaican Vybz Kartel. He was known for making the “Chibabababa”, “Hauite Hauite”, “Conquering” and “Mafundan’a” signature chants which appear in all of his songs.
Soul Jah Love, often referred to as the Vybz Kartel of Zimbabwe for his “Chibabababa” and “Hauite” signature chants that featured in his multiple hits, constantly wrestled with his diabetic condition throughout his music career.
Soul Jah Love is being reported to have died on Tuesday, Feb 16th upon arrival at Mbuya Dorcas Hospital. According to a doctor’s report, he had no pulse upon admission and his sugar level was high.
Soul Jah Love Wife
He was married to Bounty Lisa, a fellow Zimdancehall musician. The two are believed to have met in the music industry. The two did some collaborations together on a number of songs while they were husband and wife.
In 2018, It was reported that the Zim dancehall artist turned violent and went on a rampage after taking an undisclosed drug. The dancehall chanter turned violent and assaulted his wife, fellow dancehall musician Bounty Lisa, real name Lisa Musenyi, using fists and an iron bar.
Soul Jah Love accused his wife of infidelity and of carrying another man’s child. However, Bounty Lisa disputed the accusation saying that she was not even pregnant, and blamed the unknown drug for causing Soul Jah Love to become paranoid. A few weeks later Soul Jah LOve released a song on the assault Soul Jah Love Sings About Bounty Lisa Assault In New Song “Ukadenha Mangwiro”
Soul Jah Love was Battling Diabetes
The talented musician, who battled diabetes, was rushed to Mbuya Dorcas Hospital in Harare without a pulse and was declared dead upon arrival.
Fellow dancehall maestro Winky D led the eulogies, writing on Facebook: “Dear Sauro, since it is so, now in excruciating pain. Our fate we should all acknowledge and embrace. Since it is written and ought to be, my grieving heart still rises in pain pride, and gratitude at your contributions to the musical narrative.”