Considering Souljah Love’s influence in the Zimbabwean entertainment industry, it is no doubt that many took people took to social media to honour the music icon.
Below are some of the tributes
Popular Zimbabwean 🇿🇼 Dancehall Musician Soul Jah Love (real name Soul Musaka) has passed. Our condolences to his family and friends.
— TRACE Urban Southern Africa (@TRACE_Inter) February 17, 2021
Our nation has lost a giant in the music industry.Young talent gone too soon,one of a kind.The music industry is poorer without this rare gift. My condolences to all Soul Jah Love fans,his family and friends. May God grant us comfort and fortitude during these trying times. RIP https://t.co/qc9IjWF088
— nelson chamisa🇿🇼 (@nelsonchamisa) February 17, 2021
🇿🇼Pop culture King blessed with a rare talent, brought melancholic melodic hooks which made youths melomaniac to the street wisdom he shared through songs, articulated life and made us reflect, hope, laugh, celebrate and sometimes pour our hearts out🕊️#ripsouljahlove #fambatino pic.twitter.com/g4r8uI8Aew
— Tino Kadewere Official (@Tino_Kadewere_) February 17, 2021
Since it is so
Now in excruciating pain our fate we should all acknowledge and embrace
Since it is written…
R.I.P Souljah Love the Ghetto King, your music inspired a lot of people. Rest easy Chibaba 💔 pic.twitter.com/eCdMSjyIAk
— Marvelous Nakamba (@Nakamba_11) February 17, 2021
— M I S R E D (@iMisred) February 17, 2021
“Ndikaimba vanokwanisa kunzwa kurwadziwa kwangu…”
Won’t ever forget this emotional interview Soul Jah Love had on StarFM in 2016, talking about his diabetes and how it affected his art. He’s died aged just 31 💔 pic.twitter.com/PTsPqhT0Tr
— Ranga.🇿🇼 (@RangaMberi) February 16, 2021
Extremely saddened to learn of the tragic passing of Soul Jah Love. We have been robbed of an artist who changed the game & captured the imagination of the people. He will be deeply missed. Deepest condolences to his family & loved ones.
— Fadzayi Mahere (@advocatemahere) February 17, 2021