By Clayton Masekesa
MUTARE – Rising gospel musician Nomusa Ncube has entered the gospel music contention with a fresh single – Zvakwana Mwari – that has already touched many souls, Post On Sunday reports.
The single, which is Ncube’s debut offering, has greatly appealed to both Christians and non-Christians, as it calls for soothing remedies to Zimbabwe’s current situations that have been dominated by calamities including Cyclone Idai and COVID -19.
The single was produced by talented producer Joseph Makiwa at JM Studios in Mutare. The recording studio has become popular in Mutare, as upcoming and seasoned musicians are thronging to record songs.
In an interview this week, Ncube said his enormous prayer was to appeal to God to save Zimbabwe from further disasters.
“I came up with this song after l was touched by the ravaging Cyclone Idai in Chimanimani that devastated the area. It was a very sad scenario in Chimanimani and Chipinge, as many people were left dead,” said Ncube.
“After Cyclone Idai, we have another disaster, COVID-19 that has also left many people dead. So with these sad situations, l was now calling God to come and stop such disasters. We no longer want to have such experiences. That is why I am saying it is now God’s time for intervention,” said Ncube who is blessed with a deep and sonorous voice.
Cyclone Idai coming from Mozambique hit hard Chimanimani and Chipinge districts in Manicaland province and left dozens dead, while several people went missing and others homeless.
The single is already making some waves at national radios where it has received some rave reviews.
Ncube said she will be releasing a full this year.
“I am still aiming for more and my fans should expect more from me. I owe this to my growing fans that have given me great support, as they appreciate the messages contained in my songs,” said the brilliant singer.
If given the necessary support, Ncube, has the potential to emerge as one of Zimbabwe’s gospel music code of triumph.
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