Jah Chronick's debut single leaves fans begging for more

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Upcoming Afro-beats and New Age reggae musician Zwavhudi Ngwana, also known as Jah Chronick, has music lovers wild with adoration with the release of his debut single, Miloro (Dreams). The track, which was released last month, is making some heavy waves on YouTube

Jah Chronick (22) is a Rastafarian from Ha-Ravele who seems to have a natural instinct for producing music that gets to the fans. He says that Miloro is just the start of many more great things to come as he has several songs he plans on releasing next year.   

Miloro is one of my best products, which is being very well received so far. I get a lot of good feedback and compliments from my fans. People enjoy my music and are craving for more,” he said.   

Jah Chronick was born into a musical family, with some of his brothers and cousins also known in the industry, which influenced his own passion for music from a tender age. In 2019, he released two demo tracks, titled Rise and Father Give Me Light, which had already earned him recognition in local music circles.

He just did Grade 12 at Sinthumule High School and plans on becoming a full-time musician from next year. He describes himself as a peace-loving artist. “That’s why both young and old like my music, because it brings positive vibes,” he said.   

His fans can look out for his second single, Why Ompfara Soh, in January next year.  

Miloro is available on music platforms such as YouTube and Spotify.



Afro-beats and New Age reggae musician Jah Chronick’s fans are clamouring for more after he released his debut single, Miloro (Dreams), last month. Photo supplied.


By: Thembi Siaga

Thembi Siaga started as an intern during 2021. He assisted with video photography and editing. He also produced numerous small documentaries, focusing on the Vhembe region and its people. Currently he works as a freelance journalist, covering stories in the Elim area.

Thembi studied at the Tshwane University of Technology, where he completed his diploma in Journalism in 2021.






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