By Tawanda Marwizi
Musician Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave’s has changed her game, bringing worshipping songs on her new album “Healing Devotion” that was released recently.
Though the musician made her name with traditional beats such as “Makomborero”, “Toita Zvedenga” and “Svitsa Tsvene”, she seems to be retracing her footsteps to her original template.
Her new album solidifies her worshipping strength. Opening song “Kuda Kwenyu” has a slow tempo, narrating what God is capable of doing. She praises God through another mellow song “Burukai”.
The song encourages people to fast and pray in order to get rid of their burdens. The track “Sungunura” urges people to open their hearts and allow God to take over their spirits.
The fusion of keyboards and lead guitar on the song gives an interesting contemporary soft beat with a slow tempo. Her worship drive continues with the song “Munamato” as she narrates how the blood of Jesus has protected her in several wars.
“Yahwe” is a song that features a local pastor from her church. It is a worshipping song that is already topping the charts. An English song “Ndichagara” adds to the piled worshipping songs followed by a song “Ndokubasa Kwenyu” that was released last month.
To cater for her growing fan base, she also has a dancehall song on the album.
“Sauro Pauro” is dancehall songs that encourage people to follow Jesus and live by his will. She said she did a fused album to cater for all her fans.
“God has his own way of spreading the message and I am happy that the album has several worshipping songs,” he said. Some of the songs are making waves already at local radio stations.
She is confident that the album will make an impact in people’s lives. The Herald