SOUL Jah Love’s family on Wednesday warned vultures eyeing the late chanter’s estate as well as those set to profiteer from his new and unreleased music that court summons are coming.
Family spokesperson and brother to the liberation hero, Solomon Musaka, said the singer’s estate will be determined by a Trust.
Soul Jah Love, who died after diabetes-related complications on February 16, le behind vehicles including a BMW X5 and two residential stands (one in one of Harare’s leafy suburbs and another under a cooperative).
Musaka said those who have begun selling Chibaba’s music online should forfeit proceeds to the family.
“The family has engaged a lawyer who will be handling all business to do with Soul Jah Love’s music.
“A legal channel will now be followed to register a Soul Jah Love Trust whereby an executor will be appointed to lead a foundation that determines his legacy,” said Musaka.
He said all those holding unreleased material or who released new stuff shortly after his death should approach the family for guidance.
“The family has agreed that anyone holding copyright material purported to be of our relative must be brought to the attention of the family.