Recorded at Bulawayo’s Dawn Records and released last October, the album has been well received at home and on the streets of Johannesburg.
“I am quite happy with how I have been received in this industry and judging by the way my first album has been doing so far, I can foresee a bright future,” said the Assemblies of God church pastor. “The fact that I have been selling so much while doing my own marketing and distribution gives me confidence that my future albums will do even better.”
In Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation has been airing the new release, as well as South African stations such as Alex FM.
“The ultimate aim is to finally rise to a position where I will be able to uplift budding gospel musicians, especially from my homeland (Zimbabwe), so that they can also fulfill their ambitions of praising the lord through song and dance.”Post published in: Arts