Benjamin Dube endorses Tembalami


CELEBRATED South African gospel musician Benjamin Dube has endorsed Temba “Tembalami” Tagwirei’s second album entitled First Aid Kit.

Report by Kundai Marunya

The musician, who made an appearance at a launching bash at Celebration Centre, said the album is a masterpiece.

“God is looking for worshippers. He is looking for people who dedicate their lives to serving him.

“Temba is a gifted young man and I look forward to working with him in the near future,” Dube said.

The Eh Yahweh hit-maker performed one song saying he had only came to minister to the people of Zimbabwe.

“I only came to endorse Temba and minister to the people of Zimbabwe. I always enjoy my visits to this country because the people here always make me feel at home,” Dube said.

Local gospel musicians among them Prophesy and fast-rising rapper Mudiwa Mutandwa whose stage name is Hood performed at the launch.
Mudiwa stormed the stage in military regalia as he sang a song titled Musoja in collaboration with Tembalami.

Tembalami is a rising gospel artiste who has worked with various musicians that include Extra-Large before turning to gospel music.

He has been a part of Zimpraise since its establishment in 2007.

His new album carries collaborations with various musicians including legendary gospel musician Mechanic Manyeruke, Rysik College, Prophecy, Macdee and Mudiwa.


  1. why do you need endorsement from another artist? it sounds like those herald stories where some obscure organisation is always ready to hail the stance taken by so and so.

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