H- Metro reporter
POPULAR Adventist acapella music outfit, Firm Faith Zimbabwe will next week launch their latest album titled Amazwi Angcwele, Holy Words.
The much-awaited album will be launched on July 20 at The Venue in Avondale, Harare.
The album which carries 14 tracks features Zimpraise songbird Sharon Manyonganise and was recoded at the Media for Development Trust (MFDT) in Milton Park, Harare.
In an interview with H-Metro, Firm Faith founder and music director Marshall Matsilele said all was in place and they are ready for the launch.
“I’m pleased to let you know that our house is in order and as a team we are ready for the launch.
“As you know our fan base has increased in recent years hence our performance has also improved.
“We no longer sing for Adventists only but for everyone Christians and non- Christians alike,” said Matsilele.
He added “This project is a classic one, we have done our best and we urge all acapella music lovers to come in their numbers and experience the power of praise and worship through acapella music.
“We have also invited Reunion another Adventist acapella group to help us launch our album.”
Matsilele said Amazwi Angcwele is a special album as it carries songs that ministers and resonate with people’s spiritual needs.
“We have songs like Gare Gare, Four Days Late, the title track Amazwi Angcwele abd Khube Nguwe among other and I know for a fact that these songs will uplift people spiritually.
“This album have songs in Isizulu, Ndebele, Shona and English, we have incorporated many languages because we wanted to spread the gospel far and wide and also making sure that our fans understands what we will be singing,” he said.
Matsilele added that since the formation of the group 13 years ago “Amazwi Angcwele” is arguably the best acapella album in Zimbabwe.
“Of cause, at the end of the day people will judge but I’m confident with this album, it will appeal to everyone,” said Matsilele with a confident voice.
“I want to thank God for affording us another opportunity to use our talents to minister, in the same vein I want to also appreciate the commitment and dedication of our group members, God will reward,” said Matsilele.
Firm Faith was established in 2005 and rose to fame after coming out tops at a talent search program, Harare Got Talent in 2011.
Their debut album “Maria” was followed by “Tinevimbo”, “Munenyasha”, “Chikristu MuAfrica”, a single “Wanyaya” which rocked Star FM’s Gospel Greats show, then “Muumbi Wehari”, “Whispering Hope” and “One day at a Time”.