DKT Records producer, Darlington Mazorodze, says the late Soul Jah Love is still ruling the roost from his grave.
This follows the late chanter’s nomination for the Star FM awards in the Listeners’ Choice category to be held this weekend.
The chanter’s new and old songs, since his death last year, have been causing waves on the streets and in the pubs.
Soul Jah Love is competing for Listeners’ Choice accolade with Roki, Mambo Dhuterere, Freeman and Nutty O.
Mazorodze said Soul Jah Love deserved to be nominated for the Listeners’ Choice category.
“Soul Jah Love had an unmatched talent. It is not surprising that his songs are being enjoyed by a large number of people,” he said.
“The Listeners’ Choice Awards category could have been worthless without the former Conquering Family boss, his voice has not yet faded in the streets and I doubt it will be silenced.
“He will forever remain an inspiration to most of the youths, especially to those in the ghetto.
“He deserves a Lifetime Achievement Award.”
He said DKT will continue to honour and respect Jah Love since they had a good relationship with the record label.
“Jah Love was a big brand. He made this studio one of the most recognised stables because of his name.
“We had good chemistry, he will be forever missed and we will keep on remembering him.
“We will do more innovative projects to remember him. Last year we released 21 Gun Salute Riddim for Jah Love.
“But, we will do something different every year to keep his legacy alive. We also still have a lot of songs we did with him which are yet to be released.”
Jah Love lost battle against diabetes last year on February 16.
He was just 31.