11 October 2018
MUSIC producer Lyton Ngolomi has praised rising gospel musician Social Doctor who is set to launch his debut album titled Munoshamisa on October 19 at Century House.
Ngolomi who recorded the eight track album described the Glen View based entrepreneur-cum-musician Farai Makandanje as a promising artiste who has brighter days ahead of him.
In an interview, the producer of Lyt-on Studios said:
“He is one of the talented musicians I have worked with.
“Considering that it’s his first project, he has good days ahead of him in the music industry.
“I am confident his debut album will win hearts of many.
“It’s a raw talent which I am nurturing and I believe one day he will be able to seat at the same table with fellow seasoned musicians.”
Social Doctor’s debut album carries eight tracks namely Fambai Neni, Mwanasikana, Buruka Uwone, Ndimi Mwari, Kubata Kwenyu featuring Pastor Nezeki, Jesu Waroverwa, Makafanira and the title track Munoshamisa.
In another interview, Social Doctor said he is humbled by Ngolomi’s conduct with him and other rising musicians.
“It’s my first offering and to my surprise Lyton (Ngolomi) is giving me much attention.
“He is so patient with me and it gives me confidence.
“I believe this album will win hearts of music lovers since most of the songs seek to strengthen hearts of believers in these trying times,” he said.
“The song Mwanasikana is inspired by Zimbabwean women.
“The song Buruka Uwone carries the message of how God’s grace can transform our lives.”
Ngolomi’s wife Bethany Pasinawako-Ngolomi spiced the project with her melodious voice on all songs as the backing vocalist.
Apart from music Social Doctor is a motivational speaker, director of Anoemak Investments which supplies electrical, plumbing and general hardware in the capital.