Takesure “Zamar” Ncube and his group Worship Addicts have released their debut live DVD album called Worship Altar.
Zamar, as he is affectionately known in the gospel music circles, has of late been inundated with invitations to perform in live shows, churches and other special events, after a few years of being in the music industry.
However, the Worship Addicts new live DVD album features hit songs such as Umoya Wami Ulambile and Prayer for Zimbabwe.
Ncube started music at a tender age and has matured into a fluid keyboardist, composer, singer and a force to reckon with in gospel music cycles.
He has shared the stage with prominent artistes such as Benjamin Dube of South Africa and the ZimPraise.
In an interview with Southern Eye, Ncube said he has sold music in South Africa, Malawi, UK, Australia, just to name a few, despite language differences.
“In this new album we are building an alter for God” he said. “We are encouraging nations to go back to basics in pouring their hearts to God.”
He attribute his success to the grace of God in his life.
“I also focus on the basics that every Christian should do like reading the Word daily, praying daily and worshiping daily. Those basics are key because they strengthen my spirit and encourage me to be a different man.”
On future projects, Ncube said together with Worship Addicts they envisaged releasing Worship Altar Volume 2, on February 25 next year as well as working with other artistes and upcoming musicians.
“I am a very open man. I believe in unity. I believe in working together with other musicians. I don’t really believe in competing, but in complementing each other. That’s why you will see me featuring in other projects outside Worship Addicts,” he added.
Worship Addicts has produced seven albums within three years.
On Friday the group will perform at the Zaoga BCT in Bulawayo, in a show dubbed “Worship Festival 2” alongside pastor Haisa.