Mudiwa to drop love song on Valentine's Day

HARARE - Multiple award-winning gospel hip-hop star, Mudiwa Mtandwa, is set to launch a single titled Love yaSolomon on Valentine’s Day.

The  gospel prodigy described his new offering as a dedication to lovers.

In an interview with the Daily News, Mudiwa said Christians are not only subjected to the love of God, but there is also love between the themselves as human beings.

“Christians also experience love which is one of the reasons why I had to sing the song and I decided to release it on Valentine’s Day,” he said.

Love yaSolomon has been described as the best love song by Mudiwa.

The song was adopted from the book Songs of Solomon Chapter 5 vs 2-16.“After reading Songs of Solomon 5vs 2-16, I decided to write a song, about a God-fearing couple or love birds that are experiencing a beautiful thing called love,” said the flamboyant rapper.

“It is true there is a type of love that Christians, rather everybody, is encouraged to be in, that love according to Songs of Solomon” he added.

To Mudiwa, his upcoming album will be a great achievement because the album is now under his own project ‘Mudiwa music.’

“I am happy to say that this is a great achievement because it’s actually my first project under Mudiwa Music ,” said Mudiwa.

The 10/10 hit-maker, who holds two albums under his belt, is yet to release two more albums before April this year.

His first album will only include love songs from the book Songs of Solomon and this one is all about love.

Produced by Craig Bone, the song is said to be accompanied by a video, whose preparations are underway.
“This song will be accompanied by a video which is still in the pipeline but it will be released on Valentine’s Day,” he said.

The song has already been released on Sound Cloud.

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