Popular for his hit, Ndiregere, off his last album titled Declarations
which he features the late Oliver Mtukudzi
, gospel musician Tatenda Seth Mahachi has released yet another single.
The single titled Victory is on its way to the airwaves and according to Mahachi, is a build up to his upcoming fifth yet to be titled studio album.
Speaking to Zimbolebs, the gospel artist said that the song came to him after he had prayed and focuses on hope. He also hinted on who produced the song.
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Mahachi said, "The song is being produced by Rodney beats.l wrote the after praying and seeing the suffering and loss of hope from many people going through trial and inflictions l realised many people lose hope in the midst of challenges forgetting that no matter what we go through we are victors.
We need to realise who we are Jesus Christ was crucified and suffered for us to enjoy and all our battles were won on the cross it is against this background that l realised no matter what we going through now it doesn't last for long we are victors and victory is always the end result the devil was defeated a longtym ago.it encouraged people to keep on believing in everything they do knowing one day they will reap in every situation we are victors. Some of the lines on the song goes like ‘sorrow may last for the night but joy comes in the morning don’t give up."
Mahachi also said that the song is available on all online stores and is meant to celebrate the resurrection of Christ.
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"The song is available on all online stores as we celebrate the rising of our king after Easter. l wrote the song spirit filled and l do hope it will encourage many people out their including internationally. We are also engaging all local and international radio stations for the song release.This song will be a build up to my fifth studio album to follow in June." He said.
Mahachi has four studio albums to date which are Miyedzo, Agree, Kure and Declarations. He was also a professional footballer who once played as a goalkeeper for ZPC Kariba. His career has been on an onward trajectory and seems to be moving further forward.
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