GOSPEL singer Mathias Mhere has opened his own studio in Harare’s central business district.
Named Red Apple Productions, the musician says the move was necessitated by the need to assist upcoming gospel musicians.
Speaking to NewsDay, Mhere said the new baby would be responsible for marketing and distribution of upcoming musician’s projects.
“When we started we got help from fellow artistes and it is high time we helped other musicians to achieve their goals,” Mhere said.
“We have signed Daniel Mhere, Richard and Abel whom we are currently working with at our stable.”
Meanwhile, the Favour singer who is scheduled to perform in Cape Town, South Africa, in November, said he was happy that his music, was being well received across the Limpopo.
“We are slowly gaining ground in South Africa as evidenced by the number of fans who came for our recent shows there,” Mhere said.
“Most of our shows in South Africa have attracted full houses even better than some local shows.”
Mhere said the band’s frequent performances in South Africa and the United Kingdom are meant to preach the Word of God and reach out to many souls through music.
The November show will be Mhere’s third concert in South Africa having shared the stage with South African diva Winnie Mashaba in March at Mount Zion, Cape Town.
At the forthcoming show, the artiste will share the stage with Zora musician Leonard Zhakata.
Mhere is riding high with his last album Nguva yeNyasha that has seen him enjoying the glory on the local gospel scene.