1 June 2018
SEVENTH Day Adventist acapella music group Firm Faith Zimbabwe will this Saturday drop their seventh album titled One Day at a Time.
The group’s music director Marshal Matsilele said this album has great meaning to them as a group and church at large and believe they are ready to break onto the international market.
“This will be our seventh album and the number seven has greater meaning to us as a group and the church. We are the Seventh Day Adventist and we will be launching it on June 2, again on the seventh day of the week,” he said.
“We have come a long way and we are ready to have our music cross borders. In short we are ready for the international stage and show what we as Zimbabwean can do,” he said.
On this album, the group featured songstress Sharon Manyonganise.
Firm Faith will be supported by South African group Sonwabo, First Love from Zambia, Shower Power and Firm Faith Kids Choir.
Matsilele said the forthcoming album will be carrying 14 tracks and will be launched at The Venue in Avondale.
“The album has 14 tracks and I believe we did justice to all the tracks. We also worked with Sharon Manyonganise from Zimpraise and a singer in her own right,” he said.
Some of the songs on the album include the title track One day at a time, Ramba uchitenda, Hold On My Child, Dziripo Hama Dzirikuchema, Precious Lord, Munozviziva and It Could Happen in a Moment among others.
Firm Faith Zimbabwe’s profile has risen over the years and Matsilele says they will continue in their quest to spread the gospel through music.
“We will not allow fame to get to our heads or disrupt our mission. We are in this journey to spread the gospel of the second coming of Jesus Christ. It’s not easy but through prayer everything is possible,” he said.
Other albums from the group are Maria Tinevimbo, Munenyasha, Chikristu MuAfrica, Muumbi Wehari and Whispering Hope.