Musicians release videos  

LOCAL musicians have taken the lockdown period as an opportunity to release new videos since entertainment events are on hold due to coronavirus.
Out of the videos were shot before the coronavirus outbreak.
This week alone, four videos have been dropped with Jah Prayzah releasing the video for his 2018 song Kumahumbwe, while dancehall music star Freeman released the video Miridzo.
Songstress Gemma Griffiths also this week came up with the video Titungamirirei while Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave released the video Mutsvene.
Last week, Jah Prayzah postponed his Hokoyo album online release but he had to give his followers something to vibe to.
Kumahumbwe is off his album Chitubu and the video features veteran actress Jesesi Mungoshi and the singer’s son Mukudzeyi Jr.
On Wednesday, Freeman released his video Miridzo off his 2019 album Gango, a song about a woman whose exceptional beauty men cannot resist.
The album Gango carries one of the chart-topping songs Ngaibake which feature sungura music giant Alick Macheso.
As the country has joined the rest of the world in the fight against the deadly Covid-19, songstress Gemma is looking up to the Lord for divine intervention.
Her song Titungamire is one of the tunes on the latest Chillspot Records compilation, Matare Riddim which features a number of entertainers among them Enzo Ishall and Ras Caleb and making it the third video off the riddim.
Gemma also hails Enzo for his contribution in the writing of the song.
Fungisai is also putting her trust in God for deliverance from the virus.
Her video Mutsvene (Holy) talks of God’s mighty over afflictions and disasters that affect the world.
The video was shot at the Matendera Ancient City in Buhera, a mini replica of Great Zimbabwe monuments.

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