BY TAFADZWA KACHIKO
GOSPEL musician Prosper Kutyauripo launched his second album, Ndipe Nguva, on a local radio station on Sunday.
Kutyauripo told NewsDay Life & Style that the title track in his six-track album presents God speaking to Zimbabwe.
“Ndipe Nguva is all about God speaking directly to his people who have suffered, tried so many tricks to make things better, but failed. He is saying, give me time and see that your suffering is nothing. Give me time and see that I am God,” he said.
“We are in a sad moment, but I want to assure Zimbabweans that God is the controller of everything, including nature.”
Kutyauripo said he decided to launch his album on radio to reach to a wider audience.
“I feel like we have moved several steps ahead of our previous projects, so fans should tune into the radio and hear the message of hope. Radio has a wider coverage as compared to a local live show. It’s a powerful strategy especially to us upcoming musicians. Instead of having a small gathering, radio will cover almost everyone,” he said.
Other tracks on the album are Nditongereiwo, which features award-wining musician Admire Nago, Jonah, Simukai, Kubata KwaMwari, featuring Bridget Mlambo, and Kutonga NdiMwari, featuring Hick Blacks.