GOSPEL musician Pastor G has reiterated the message of hope in his new releases as the country continues to grapple with a recovering economy coupled with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Recently, he released the song Zvichanaka which is a sequel to his 2004 track with the same title.
“The idea is to speak about positivity in people’s lives. There are so many things happening in society but as a preacher and singer, my main role is to offer hope to the hopeless,” he said.
Born Stanley Gwanzura, Pastor G told the Daily News that life is more important than material wealth.
“The bulk of my songs revolve around the message of hope. Without hope we are doomed as a nation.
“I believe hope is what differentiates us from animals hence we should always have hope in every situation,” he said.
Some of his songs about hope include Indestructible, VersaceNebhachi, Victory and Ishe Komborera among others.
Pastor G believes Zimbabweans should see beyond the Covid-19 crisis and look forward to better days ahead.
“In times like this we learn to adapt and adjust and we learn new things or new ways of doing things,” he said.
Pastor G, who boasts of over two decades in the musical industry, in 2019, released an autobiography titled Indestructible Lessons on Life and Music from my Journey — a reflection of the journey the musician travelled so far.
In the book, he teaches people several life lessons including the importance of remaining hopeful in times of need.
Prior to the book, Pastor G shared “some personal life lessons” through the album Legacy 1610.