Soul Jah Love 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.

Jah Love was Born Soul Musaka on 22 November 1989 as a twin having a brother named John.

He grew up in the capital city Harare, his mother passed away when he was a toddler, after which he went to live with his grandmother, who would later die when he was in Grade 5.

His father passed away in 2005 at that time they were living in Waterfalls, later his step-mother had him evicted from the family house.

He attended Mhofu Primary School, Prospect Primary School and Lord Malvern High School where he expressed a keen interest in music

In 2013 he won two Zim dancehall awards for best collab and best upcoming artist.

In 2017, Jah Love paid us$ 9000 as lobola for Bounty Lisa.

Jah Love left an unfinished mansion he was building.