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The songs will be included on his next album which he hopes to release before the end of the year.“One of our songs, Game Changer, is already doing well.The artiste-cum pastor who started the year well when three of his songs from new album ‘Mutunga Dzese’ made it to the top three at the Coca-Cola Radio Zimbabwe Top 50 2016 chart show, has been hosting a series of shows across the country ever since then.This is probably an attempt to revive his music career and fan base which seemed to have been dwindling.I usually don’t want to surprise my fans, they should at least know one or two songs before the release of the album,” said Ben.Zhakata is however convinced that his forthcoming album can cause another ‘upset’ on the Radio Zimbabwe Coca Cola Top 50 chart show.Well, take a trip over to Brooklyn allow us to introduce you Nola Darling.
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School is out, work is slow, and you've had about enough family time for one year, thank you very much. But what's a TV-loving introvert to do when all of broadcast television is seemingly on hiatus and you've binged all the major offerings the streaming giants have to offer?
Luckily, just because you think there's nothing new under the sun to watch at the moment, that doesn't mean there aren't some hidden gems out there, just waiting to be discovered.
I may have lesser audiences but those are the people that really love my music,” Zhakata was quoted saying.
Interestingly, Zhakata, a musician who is now a pastor at UFIC, said he uses his talent to preach on different stages though he has not abandoned his Zora fans.“Although my fans accept Zora, I want to show people that there’s a difference between social commentary and worship,” he said.
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