BY STYLE REPORTER
GOSPEL musician Tatenda Mahachi is finalising work on his forthcoming project, a single titled Tariro, which is a precursor to a bigger project set to be launched early next year.
The song comes hot on the heels of the musician’s collaboration with American singer Isaac Simpsons on the song titled He Cares for You.
“The song Tariro is all about hope. We have been living under very difficult times due to the advent of Covid-19. Many have lost their loved ones, bread winners and colleagues as a result of the disease and I sing that despite all this, there is hope,” Mahachi said.
“The Covid-19 experiences prompted me to write this song so as to encourage people to turn to the Creator who has been protecting us and keep on looking after.”
Mahachi said the song is a combination of sweet vocals, sound and a melody that is emotionally uplifting and soulful.
The song has a simple mid tempo arrangement with conversational lyrics, making it easy to win over a listener.
“We have witnessed the power of God and everyone alive is a clear testimony of how God has kept each and every one of us for a greater purpose,” Mahachi said.
The award-winning musician encouraged people to see difficult times as a reminder that living a life with Christ was a perilous journey.
“The days are near and we need to reflect on ourselves and realise our purpose of living and God’s wish on each and every one of us as we cannot afford to live without Jesus Christ,” Mahachi said.
He said the song, which is set for release in November, has an accompanying video.