Gospel musician Tatenda Mahachi says he has shifted focus to making strong contacts ahead of his 2020 project.
Mahachi who is preferring his South African counterparts feels he has come of age and must present a quality project to show for it.
Recently, the singer travelled to South Africa where he posed for pictures with Winnie Mashaba and Lebo Sekgobela, a move which has excited his local followers.
“I have begun working on prospects for my next album and 2020 is going to be a busy year for me as I concentrate on the project.
“I am also planning to work with a few top acts from South Africa and will be finalizing on the logistics anytime soon,” he said.
He said he is not backing down on his drive to take his music across Africa.
“They are a couple of collaborations that will be coming up but I won’t disclose all the information as of now.
“My focus is still to conquer Africa through preaching the word in gospel music and do hope my forthcoming album will be a sure sign for the fans,” he said.
Mahachi says he will drop the album early next year and will accompany his release with a regional tour beginning with South Africa, Tanzania, Mozambique and Zambia.
The youthful singer recorded his debut album titled-Muyedzo with Gramma Records in 2007 and has received a lot of recognition including his Courageous Gospel Award for Best Traditional Album.