Tinotenda Katsande bows down to fans
By TARIRO MASUNDA
HARARE-BASED gospel artiste, Tinotenda Katsande has heeded calls by his multitude of fans to focus more on his music career that had slowed down due to other pressing commitments
Katsande told Zim Community News that many fans were approaching him and encouraging him to do more live shows following the release of his album Hymn and Choruses Volume 1.
The six-track album was launched at the end of last year in Harare.
“I never thought that so many people loved my music, I can’t let them down.
“When I did this album I just left everything to God, also because of my job l was too busy to make a follow-up” he said.
According to Katsande, the latest project was a spirit-filled album laden with messages of hope to the people of God who were now losing hope in this life.
“We have this track called Jesu Ngaavongwe the main message is that even our economy is bad, God remains God is able to sustain those who believe in Him.
He attributed his successes to God who’s been helping him to stand firm in his vineyard to do what he was called to do.
“I am a minister by calling, some may call me a worshipper, even during this Covid-19 period your body cells are not exposed to the disease because in Christ our protection is guaranteed
To support his statement, he cited 2 Corinthians 10:4-5: ‘For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds;)
“Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ;
He rose to fame with the song “Handitongwe nedzinza” which the courts later ruled that he illegally produced without seeking copyrights from its owner.