Pastor G collaborates with Nigerian star

HARARE - Zimbabwean gospel star Pastor G has just completed collaborating with Nigerian gospel singer Yolanda Ugo on her forthcoming album Shining Star.

The collaboration was facilitated by Joe Machingura the executive producer of Zimbabwean music label Heshi Mfeshi and Zimbabwean dancehall star Buffalo Souljah who is based in South Africa.

The Nigerian singer is signed under the award-winning Buffalo Souljah’s record label United Nations of Africa.

Yugo praised her collaboration with Pastor G.

“I believe he is the number one gospel star in Zimbabwe,” said the Nigerian songstress.

The album will be released next year February, God willing, although the promo songs are on YouTube, including a video, Praise Jehovah. I am hoping to come to Zimbabwe before then

“It is an eight-track album and I composed all the songs. I am happy with d production. Working with Pastor G was an awesome experience; the man is really blessed and heavily anointed,” she told the Daily News from her South African base.

Pastor G described his collaboration with Yugo “as an enriching experience.”

“I featured on two songs and one is Come Holy Spirit. We are still working on the videos as we are busy people and our schedules at times clash. It was a pleasure working with her as she is talented,” he said.

Buffalo Souljah is determined to use his label U.N.A Ent to unite African artistes.

“My record label U.N.A ent which stands for United Nations of Africa does a lot of work with African artistes. We have been pushing her (YolandaUgo) in other parts of Africa.

“Yolanda Ugo was based in the United States of America and only returned to Nigeria recently. We have been in touch for quite some time. I was introduced to her by a Nigerian friend Kate Child who is also one of her managers,” said the dancehall star.

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