By Praise Masvosva
Gospel musician Mathias Mhere is set to record a duet with Jah Prayzah in his forthcoming album entitled Greater than Solomon due for release in May.
According to Mhere his eighth album carries eight tracks which include Jakuchichi, Hembe Yemubhero, Waisiya Nyika and Dai Zvaibvira among others.
Mhere said there will be surprises in the forthcoming album which is being produced by his longtime producer Lyton Ngolomi, Tatenda Viali and Oskid.
“I am putting final touches on my new album which will hit the market in May and I am yet to give the date.
“I have roped in Jah Prayzah in one of the songs off this album and I am confident it will penetrate the music market with ease since it targets gospel lovers as well as circular music lovers,” he said.
The Favour singer also told this publication that apart from Jah Prayzah, he has collaborated with renowned Malawian musician Skeffa Chimoto in a song dubbed Zimbabwe neMalawi.
“There are a lot of surprises in this album and I am confident fans will enjoy the new style.
“As a musician my mandate is to entertain fans and well as preaching the word of God through songs.
“The song seeks to unite and forge unity between Zimbabwe and Malawi,” he said.
“The song Hembe yeMubhero urges young people to value their lives and take spiritual lessons seriously.“It also support the Ten Commandments, their bodies are the temples of God.
“The song Waisiya Nyika encourages people to repent and acknowledge the presence of God in their lives.”
To date Mhere has seven albums to his credit namely Tinoda Nyasha, Anoita Minana, Nguva yeNyasha, Glory to Glory, Double Double, Old Testament and Panogara Nyasha.
Meanwhile, Mhere is studying theology at a local institution and he is expected to graduate later this year.
“School work has been taking me away from fans but it seems like this year it will be over.
“I am studying Theology and from the lessons, I am getting new stuff.
“My forthcoming album will be rich with messages that lift hearts of believers in these trying times.” H-Metro