ONE of Bulawayo’s much celebrated gospel artistes Godsave Nyathi has released his fourth album titled Khumbula expected to excite all God-fearing people.
The 10-track album was recorded in Bulawayo at a local studio called House of Rising Sounds.
The album features Sethule Mthombeni, a leading vocalist in various gospel praise and worship teams in the city.
Nyathi said he believed his album would be well-received by members of the public, pointing out that his last album was still doing well on the market.
He said the album had received more than enough airplay on most radio stations in the country.
“I hope this latest offering is going to do well. I will wait for my fans to judge my work. All I can say is that I worked hard compiling and recording the album,” Nyathi said.
He added that he had started working on a DVD of the latest album.
A double launch has been planned for Easter holidays when Christians will be celebrating the life of Jesus.
“I think this will be the appropriate time for me to double-launch and Christians will really understand the messages that are in the songs,” he said.
Nyathi started his career in 2000.
Some songs in his latest album include Rwendo, Siyabonga, Khuluma Lami and Give-Thanks among others.
His other albums are Ngombonga Ngani, released in 2008 and Take Time to Pray.