Amuli lights up Zvishavane


HARARE – Scores of Zvishavane revellers thronged Millennium Night Club on Friday last week as Gift Amuli performed his maiden show after the release of his fourth album titled Yave Munesu.

The six-track album is expected to revive his career and prove that he is among the finest composers in the country.

Amuli managed to pack the joint to the brim despite the heavy rains looming. 

Revellers could be seen dancing to the sungura artiste’s latest offering.

The Wamatuka singer was born and raised in this small mining town.

Amuli an electrician by profession was ushered into the limelight by his blockbuster album, Munozvigona Sei carrying the hit track Wamatuka, one of the tracks, kept revellers busy on the dance floor, singing along with their “brother” as many put it.

Fans fell in love with some of the songs from his latest album Yave Munesu such as Bhora Mberi that was composed by writer Charlton Tsodzo nephew to Thompson “T.K” Tsodzo.

The 39-year-old artiste told the Daily News soon after giving a remarkable act that he is optimistic of going far, even topping his previous albums like Munozvigona Sei which got an overwhelming response from fans.

“I believe so much in the album Yave Munesu. After the release of Munozvigona Sei, I went back to the people and learnt what they wanted.

“So I can say this album is for the people. I like the track Bhora Mberi. It is a great song. I had never composed such an inspirational song before and I love the positive message in it,” said Amuli.

He added that the track is a motivational story encouraging people to have hope, for God will never let down his children and will lead them until they see their destination.


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