Vabati VaJehova  unveils 17th offering

RENOWNED gospel choral group Vabati VaJehova will tonight launch their 17th album Ngandibereke Mapudzi at the Zimbabwe College of Music.

The group has gone a step further in widening their audience by engaging the services of high riding singer Jah Prayzah on the album who features on the song Fambai Naro Shoko.

The seven-track album will be released together with the video Zvishuwo Zvemoyo which was shot in South Africa last month.
Other songs on the album include Musha Wekudenga, Mumwe Ariko and Mumoyo Mangu.

“This is our 17th album as Vabati VaJehova and it carries seven songs. This time around we will be releasing the album together with a video of one of the songs. We have settled for the Zimbabwe College of Music and we have made the necessary arrangements to make the day a memorable one,” the group’s front-man Richard Magaya said.

Other musicians among them Jah Prayzah, Kudzi Nyakudya and Irene Mutangadura are expected to grace the launch.

The group continues to show its versatility as exhibited last year when they featured on dancehall star Winky D’s album on the popular song Dzika Ngirozi and this time around Jah Prayzah.

“We work so well with other musicians. We support their initiatives hence they also support us. It was a good experience working with Jah Prayzah on our song and we are confident the album will touch the hearts of many,” he said.

The group has remained as one of the most consistent choral groups while others are splitting and folding into extinction.
They have topped charts with a number of songs and they are confident their latest offering is the right formula to preach through music.

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