Jamaican reggae star Jah Cure treated his Zimbabwean fans to a stellar performance when he made his debut performance at Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) last Friday. backed by his live band.
The artitse opened his set with the popular song, Call on Me, much to the enchantment of thousands of the fans.
His playlist songs like Unconditional Love, Call on Me, Only You and Rasta that speak of love and righteousness saw fans singing along, as the golden-voiced musician brought the house down at the oversubscribed gig.
During his set, which lasted for over an hour, the former convict (he was incarcerated for rape) also performed cover versions of fellow jailed compatriots Buju Banton and Vibes Kartel, as a way of showing compassion for them.
“Free Buju Banton, Free World Boss, I was in the same situation once, Zimbabwe, can we light up, everyone who wants to see Vibes Kartel free, put some lights up,” he said in the midst of his performance.
The Unconditional Love hitmaker thanked fans for coming out in their numbers.
“Zimbabwe, thank you for having me here. I know you have been waiting a long time. I have been waiting too and I will come back again,” he said.