Ma­hachi re­leases com­fort song

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Bon­gani Ndlovu Show­biz Cor­re­spon­dent

NDINODA Jesu hit-maker Tatenda Ma­hachi says his new track, Usacheme, con­tains words of com­fort for Zim­bab­weans who are go­ing through hard times.

“Usacheme is a song meant to bring peo­ple close to God. It’s a very touch­ing song as it gives hope to peo­ple, urg­ing them not to cry but al­ways have faith in the Lord,” said Ma­hachi.

He said most peo­ple in Zim­babwe were not sure how to make ends meet, but their only hope was in God.

“A lot of peo­ple have ques­tions con­cern­ing the fu­ture and God is say­ing ‘Zim­babwe, don’t cry, be still and now that I’m Lord,” said Ma­hachi.

The SABC Crown Gospel award win­ner said he hopes the new song, through its video, will touch a lot of peo­ple.

“I’ve in­vested a lot in this video and hope it’ll touch many peo­ple’s hearts and give hope to the hope­less.”

The Usacheme mu­sic video was re­leased on Mon­day and is avail­able for view­ing on video shar­ing site — YouTube. The video, in which a woman loses hope when things go wrong in her life and de­cides to com­mit sui­cide, was shot in Dur­ban and Dubai. When the woman is about to take her own life, the Lord sends some­one to stop and leads her to re­pen­tance. The song is al­ready re­ceiv­ing tremen­dous air­play from lo­cal ra­dio sta­tions. Ma­hachi re­vealed plans to record an­other mu­sic video which will fea­ture SA gospel artiste, Si­fiso Ncwane. “I’m planning to work with Si­fiso for the remix of Ndinoda Jesu.”

Tatenda Ma­hachi

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