GOSPEL musician Argatha Murudzwa-Ndembera is working on a singles’ collection album to be released before end of year.
The move is meant to give fresh life to her music.
“The Hits Collection will be made up of 10 songs taken from my 12 studio albums which I released between 2004 and 2020,” Murudzwa-Ndembera said.
However, the Press On hit maker is going to improve on some of the songs.
“The message will remain the same but we are going to change some instrumentation on other tracks to give them a new and fresh life.”
Murudzwa-Ndembera is determined to launch the Hits Collection despite the Covid-19 national lockdown regulations which forbid gatherings.
“We are not going to invite many people to the launch. We are old school and we do not believe in digitalisation.
“We understand the lockdown rules and we will try our level best to be in line with that,” she said.
Currently, Murudzwa-Ndembera is in the studio putting some final touches to her forthcoming single.
“The single is going to be my last this year. It is going to be a huge surprise to my fans as I have collaborated with one of the best musicians in local music,” she said.
Murudzwa-Ndembera recently collaborated with sungura musician Panganayi Hare on a song titled Uri Wangu.
Hare’s song which tackles the issue of moving forward after setbacks in relationships is off his forthcoming album Pfimbi Yegudo.
“I have refused to be locked down at home by Covid-19. This is the time to revisit my work and correct what needs to be corrected.
“On the other hand, I am capitalising on the lockdown to work hard, producing more work to entertain and preach the message of hope through music,” Murudzwa-Ndembera said.
Some of her studio albums include Fambai Neni, Ndimi Mwari, Ngatitye Mwari, Upenyu Hwangu, Mwari Anotiona, Press On, No Pain No Gain, Grace Period and Breakthrough.