9 October 2018
GOSPEL musician Fungisai Zvakavapano Mashavave has discouraged drug abuse in her single Kumusoro, which is due for release on October 12.
Fungisai said there was need to release a song judging from the way young people are abusing drugs today.
“I realised that people especially the young ones were abusing drugs and to them its normal; it has actually become the order of the day in our suburbs and the single Kumusoro brings hope to those abusing drugs,” said Fungisai.
“It is basically about the Lord’s prayer packaged in a modern beat for our day to day hope in the Lord.”
“The song reminds us about God’s ultimate reign and how we should depend on him. It discourages dependence on worldly solutions no matter how hard life can be,” she said.
Fungisai said the song has two videos – a family version and a church club version.
“By God’s grace I am planning to do a live recording of my greatest hits as a Christmas present to all my fans,” she said.
Fungisai has 15 albums to date and is working on perfecting her collaboration with Tino Katsande which is a United Methodist Hymn put on a dancehall beat.