Entertainment Reporter

RISING gospel artiste, Obvious Guvakuva, wants to use music as therapy for those in despair.

The 33-year-old, who is a member of Rugare Apostolic Church, is set to launch his debut album titled “Ngavakudzwe.”

It will be launched on September 30 at the Anglican Cathedral in Harare.

Brighton Magaya did two videos off the album.

Fellow apostolic groups – Kubata Kwashe, Chiedza Chedenga, Mabvazuva Choral Group, Tariro YaJehobva and Followers of Christ, are expected to grace the event.

In an interview with H-Metro, Guvakuva was upbeat this will open new doors in his career.

“I’m looking forward to the launch, which will certainly come as a game-changer in gospel circles.

“I’m one person who has vowed to use his talent as a way of reaching out to many people as well as spreading the word of God.

“I urge those who are yet to seek Jesus to do so now because He is our Saviour. My life changed when I met Jesus,” he said.

He relocated from Chivhu to Harare in 2000 and Guvakuva has hailed his parents for raising him in a Christian family.

“I was raised by strict parents who wanted us to put God first in everything we did.

“Prayer became my lifestyle and I am still practicing what I was taught when I was young.”

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