GOSPEL artiste Tatenda Mahachi has left the country to record the video for his duet with his award-winning South African counterpart Sfiso Ncwane.
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Mahachi left the country on Wednesday for Johannesburg where the video for their collaboration Ndinoda Jesu will be shot.
The shoot comes after Ncwane begged yet another gong at the recently held Metro FM Awards in Durban for the Best urban gospel album.
Ndinoda Jesu was released about a month ago as a single and is making notable progress on local charts.
“The track in the top 20 of the Star FM Gospel Charts and was this week voted number two. It is sitting on number three on ZBC Power FM’s Top 10 which is good progress,” said Mahachi.
“We are shooting the video in Johannesburg and Durban and I am confident and trusting the Lord that it will be one of a kind and high quality.”
He said the visit will also necessitate the signing of an agreement between Tate Music and Ncwane Communications.
“Good times are set to roll in gospel music in Zimbabwe. I really want to take our brand out there and be appreciated. It is time for the world to see what God is doing for us in Zimbabwe. It is high time the good news dominates,” he said.