Bulawayo based gospel artist goes regional

Entertainment Reporter

A popular rising gospel singer Engineer Panganai Muvhunzwi who recently launched his debut album last year in the City of Kings and Queens with the help of Cde Joseph Chinotimba will be taking his music to the international scene starting this year.

His last thrilling album titled Epikaizo which he launched in the great presence of Hon Thabitha Khumalo, Hon Nicola Watson and Tinashe Kambarami Bulawayo Deputy Mayor came as a game changer in his music career as it was received with great enthusiasm from music fans.

Given the support base received so far which has increased over a short space of time Engineer Muvhunzwi believes that he has all what it takes to take his music to the regional frontiers.
Currently the Epikaizo hit maker is in South Africa where he is expected to perform before Christian crowd gathering in Pretoria this Sunday.
“I am confidant that 2020 is a year to grow our music to the regional frontiers, since the launch of two great albums titled Kairos Time and Epikaizo last year my popularity in the entertainment circles has been on an increase and it’s high time we take gospel music across the borders.”

Born on 30 September 1990 Masvingo’s Gutu rural areas, Muvhunzwi started singing in 2006 during church services where he realized that he had a music talent.

Having joined the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) in 2012 he was determined to pursue with his music carrier as he released his first debut album titled NdiMwari in the following year.

Muvhunzwi who is an Engineer by profession rose to fame in 2015 as he released another album titled Zvakazarurwa with Try more Bande.Given the impetus journey the gospel musician has travelled so far Zimbabwe will definitely have something to cheer for in the entertainment circles.

Tendai Guvamombe
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