Fungisai to release new album after making u-turn on decision to quit music

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Gospel musician Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave is set to release her 15th album, My Healing Devotion, on Friday. Fungisayi said that her music is a ministry and not a career, to explain her decision to continue singing after she had decided to give up.

Said Fungisayi,

This new album comes at a time when I had given up on music. Just when I thought I was done with music, the Holy Spirit put nine songs in my heart and I could not shut them in. It would have been a disservice to the Christian community.

I had become exhausted from the torture that comes with accomplishing God’s assignments. I had done everything God had sent me to do, including providing the Christian young generation with a clean alternative to their favourite dancehall beat, yet the world was tearing me apart for it.

So many people move around with broken and ailing spirits, souls and bodies and I believe God wants My Healing Devotion to help them present their issues to God for healing.

 

More: NewsDay

 

About Fungisai Zvakavapano

Fungisai Zvakavapano Mashavave is a highly rated, award winning Zimbabwean musician who mostly sings christian religious music. She rose to fame in 2000 when she recorded her first album under Elias Musakwa's stable. Fungisai has released more that 10 albums, with hits especially in her early career. After a number of years of a relative decline in Fungisai is experiencing a rise again owing to popular songs such as Vanondibatirana on which she collaborated Zimdancehall musician, Killer T. Read More



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