BY STYLE REPORTER
Gospel musician Tapiwa Ndoro is open to collaborations with any musician as long as it builds him musically.
The 36-year-old musician, who had a brief stint in Botswana where he worked with various musicians, told Standard Style that he was ready to join forces with any musician, be it locally or foreigner.
“I really thank God for entrusting me with this gift and I’m seeing growth in each and every project that I do,” Ndoro said.
“I’m free to work with anyone who is willing to collaborate with me, especially upcoming gospel artistes because I know how it feels to be an upcoming artist without any support. I’m currently working on my second single which should be coming out soon.”
Ndoro, who is married to Lisa Marembo Ndoro, started his music career in 2004 when he joined a church choir at Glad Tidings fellowship.
“I was a backing vocalist for Dorcas Moyo, Tawanda Mutyebere, Gugu Edna Moyo, Donna Chibaya and Shadreck Usavi before I embarked on a solo career,” Ndoro said.
“I recorded my first album while I was in Botswana and its titled Mweya Munyaradzi. I did two more projects in Botswana before I came back to Harare and released an album titled Makatendeka, which I recorded at Lyton Studios.
“So I now have four albums and one single titled Shungu Dzemoyo under my belt. I recorded the single at T&C Studios here in Harare.”
Ndoro said he was shooting a video for the song Shungu Dzemoyo, which should be released before the end of the year.