Solusi University students have released a new gospel album entitled Daffodil.
Rodgers Manungo, a lecturer in the Arts Faculty and leader of the gospel group, said the album contains messages that are drawn from the Bible.
“We tackle a number of issues in this album. The main message is about taking care of the needy and disadvantaged. We explore various other issues through our music,” said Manungo.
Manungo wrote all the songs on the 13-track album.
He said current and former students took part in making the album.
Their debut album Ask, Seek and Knock was released last year.
Besides students, the group also worked with gospel musician Velaphi Gumbo with South Africa-based medical doctor and musician Munyaradzi Mukungunugwa also contributing his skills in arranging instruments.
“We are projecting a message of hope in a world that has become perilous because there are so many souls that have nothing to hold on to,” said Manungo.
Songs to look out for on the album include Hallelujah, Kwenzekani Kithina, The Meditation of My Heart and Thanks be to Your Name.