Bryan K ventures into gospel music

HARARE - Rising artiste Bryan K, popular for love songs, has released his first gospel track titled My love.

The song, which the Chinhoyi-born singer co-produced with Tami Bimha at Harare-based MFD Studios, has been released along with a video which was shot and directed by Chris Shoca at Hunnington Retreat Centre in Chinhoyi.

“We hardly get time to express our love for the Lord in church because people say tiri vekunyika (we are worldly) so I am gonna do more gospel tunes as and when I feel I need to show my gratitude to the most high through song,” Bryan K said.

The Heavy Machine singer told the Daily News that he has now realised that God’s love is the only enduring one.

“After being continually disappointed by the people I love, I have decided to also sing about love of a different kind — God’s love. I have realised that God is the only one who has had my back regardless of my shortfalls so I decided to write about His love,” said Bryan K.

The young artiste, whose last release was a duet with Zimdancehall star called Dobba Don called Ndopenga which he dropped two months ago, has, however, reassured his fans that he won’t stop releasing the love songs that he has become associated with.

“I have been working on some good stuff that should be coming out end of this month. I have got one song called Ndoita Sei and another one called Forever.

“Ndoita Sei was produced by Mr Kamera and I co-produced Forever with a Ghanaian producer called Big H. Both tracks are more in the line of Heavy Machine,” Bryan K said.

Bryan K first attracted national prominence in 2012 when he won the Starbrite talent search competition. The 24-year-old artiste, who calls his music AfroSoul, then dropped his debut album titled Nyaya Dzerudo in 2015 before unleashing the hit Heavy Machine last year.

This past year Bryan K took his craft to new heights when he collaborated with Mr Kamera on the hit Pamusika.

The track has since been remixed with Nigerian hip-hop artist Ice Prince and Malawian music star Gemini Major being incorporated onto the hit.

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