Gospel musician Pax Gomo recently released his six-track debut DVD compilation with songs from his four albums from 2003 to 2009.
Gomo got into the limelight in 2003 when he released an eight track album Nyasha Dzichatisvitsa with tracks that made waves on radio and television like Moyo Unonyengera and Iye Woga.
A victim of piracy, Gomo said since releasing his DVD he has been selling it alone and has so far sold about 600 in only two months.
“I’m so sick and tired of piracy so I will not have anyone but myself marketing my music which has been working out for me so far,” said Gomo.
Besides concentrating on his solo career Gomo said he was also working with the Youth, Environment and Tourism group and Miss Tourism Harare Samantha Dika on a campaign on environmental awareness.
“I’m going to release a six- track environmental album next month which features tracks like Taparadza Tega and Health Care, which will focus on encouraging the nation to take care of the environment by avoiding cutting and burning of trees,” he said.
Gomo said he was part of this project because he had a passion for natural vegetation and was against anything that disturbed bio-diversity.
He said in the beginning God directed man to care for the natural environment, and he was just fulfilling that obligation.
“All musicians should come together and make noise on protecting the environment we live in,” he said.
Gomo said besides his involvement with environmental issues his music was basically inspired by his day-to-day life and how God takes care of people.
He has also been taking part in various Baptist Convention Church crusades including in areas such as Zvimba, Harare and in Mozambique where he will go back to again in October.