AFTER conquering the spotlight with her debut track Amazing God in January which she collaborated with United States-based gospel musician Comfort Manyame, talented songbird, Janet Manyowa seems to be relentless and going strong in Zimbabwe.
Amazing God has been receiving massive airplay on all local radio stations and just recently topped the charts as number one on The Gospel Greats on StarFM as well as reaching top positions on other stations including ZiFM’s gospel charts.
The track is an incredible heart touching worship collaboration which sees the musician displaying her powerful voice together with Manyama in a track of deep worship.
“It is amazing that Comfort and I have never met in person, but together we managed to worship together; thanks to technology,” she said.
After realising the great feedback from her debut album, the songbird has recently released yet another scorcher of a follow up single titled Ndomira Pamuri.
The current release is a declarative song in which she proclaims her trust in God and declares her unwavering faith despite life getting bleak or rosy.
Having started singing since a tender age of 10, throughout her life she has been singing in church and school until recently when she decided to live her dream of going on air and this has with no doubt proved to be a success in such a short space of time.
“I am working on a debut 12 track album which will be released in March 2015 and from it I promise that the songs to look out for will not fall far from the so far released tracks,” Manyowa said.
She added that in order to enhance her musical sacrifice of worship, she looks forward to pursuing studies for a musical degree.
Manyowa is an accountant by profession, married to her manager Munyaradzi Manyowa and together they have two children.
“I am excited to be a part of her life and passion because it signifies how we are one pillar of support for each other and music is a passion for both of us,” he said.
He added that working together with his wife was an awesome thing although once in a while they tend to focus more on music instead of their lives which is something that can be, however, fixed with effort.
Manyowa said her fans could expect a number of diverse talents featuring in his wife’s music as it was also a very good way of promoting growth in an artiste.