By ZBC Reporter
Fans and colleagues have taken to social media to mourn dancehall star Soul Jah Love born Soul Musaka who died this Tuesday evening at Mbuya Dorcas Hospital.
He was 31.
He was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital where he was taken by his friends including Ricardo.
According to a doctor’s report he had no pulse upon admission and his sugar was high.
One of his handlers Father Paris confirmed Jah Love’s death to the Herald.
“It’s true mukomana abaya, ma1,” he said
Fans and colleagues have taken to Twitter to mourn the popular musician. We publish some of these messages below:
My King , My Bredah … Why 😭😭😭😭 R.I.P King of dancehall 👑 pic.twitter.com/w5XWrMfMA8
— enzoishall (@Enzo_Ishall) February 16, 2021
Haàa this guy was too young to die #ripsouljahlove
Mwana waStembeni watirwadzisa 😭 🕊️
— MusikanaWemaBhanzi 🇿🇼 (@sister_g1rl) February 17, 2021
— Allan 🇿🇼 (@AllanMadya) February 17, 2021
Soul Jah Love was my favourite Zim Dancehall artist. So so immensely talented. The rhyme scheme, the cadence, the word play and the wit was bar none.
Watched him perform once and that was literally one of the best nights of my life.
— Sean (@SeanTafirenyika) February 16, 2021
I hope even us as a virtual community we give him a decent send off, like we did with Tuku or Ginimbi!
He is so deserving. Looking back now it really seemed he was leading a troubled life.
Remember when he went to seek prayers from one of the churches😭#RIPSoulJahLove
— Updated Version👸🏾 (@Lime_empress) February 16, 2021
I wish death didn’t exist man, we really losing some good & talented people 🥺…#ripsouljahlove 💔
— ☆ (@MimmieMujuru) February 17, 2021
Zimbabwe Tourism Authority has also tweeted saying his music will never die and will continue bringing people together.
They say a true artist never dies, he stops giving live concerts. Your music did what music does best…it brought people together. You may be gone now but the melody of your music lingers on! Rest in peace Soul Jah love – Soul Mukasa.#ripsouljahlove#ZimDancehall pic.twitter.com/4RARm38Cu7
— Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (@ZtaUpdates) February 17, 2021