9 August 2018
UPCOMING gospel artiste, Cathrine Shamy Ngwerume, believes her music can touch people’s lives and bring back lost hope.
In an interview, with H-Metro, Catherine Ngwerume was upbeat her debut album titled Rapatsanuka will hold its own.
“I have only managed to release one album so far and the name of the album is called Rapatsanuka.
“Rapatsanuka means (the red sea) has been opened and it’s time to walk into the Promised Land. It’s time to restore all the years which were wasted.
“The album carries eight tracks namely Rapatsanuka, Simuka Uvheneke, Kuziva, There is time for everything, Ndokumbirawo njere, Bold, I will praise the Lord and Ndini Mwari.
“I released my album on Monday and it’s now being played on local radio stations like ZiFm and Radio Zimbabwe. I didn’t manage to launch it because of financial problems.”
She said she chose gospel music because of her life situations.
“Some of the tracks on my album are my real life experiences.
“The challenge I am facing right now is lack of finance. The road is not easy because I have no sponsorship so you have to work hard.
“In the next five years I see myself as the best gospel artiste and also one of the most recognized artists in Zimbabwe and internationally.
“To those people who are interested to sponsor me to launch my album and help me do visuals for my album, you can go to my Facebook Page or buy my CDs which have my full details,” she said.