BY ARTHUR TAGARA
Gospel musician Julia Nyengera is set to bring life to the mining town of Kwekwe again as she will be lunching her second album at Rainbow theatre early February 2019.
Julia Nyengera will be launching her 6 tracked album titled Jesu Ndiye Wenyasha, after having been off the radar since 2013.Although Nyengera indicated that she rates the album as her best to date because of professional work invested in it, fans would have the final say.
Speaking in an interview, Julia Nyengera told this publication that the theme of this album is that of hope.
She said what has motivated her to come up with this new album was the issue of encouraging Christians not to lose hope no matter how the challenges hit on them and also to be patient with the things of God.
She also had a single track video that has received many likes on YouTube.
Nyengera is one of the country’s female gospel musicians, having done a number of collaborations with fellow artistes from different genres such as Baba Manyeruke, Bethany, Mother Chimuka, Munyaradzi Munodawafa and Amos Mahendere.
The event which is set to feature upcoming artistes is expected towards attracting over 50 delegates. “The preparations are going better than expected. The launch is in February. On the night I decided not to feature established artists but upcoming artistes,” she said.
“After the launch we will do a national launch in major cities, including Kwekwe, which is my home town. After that we are looking towards releasing a DVD.”
Nyengera started singing in 2013 with a 6 tracked album titled, Jesu Wangu. The album attracted many fans despite the absence of promoters and the lack of funds.
Tobias Nyengera the manager of the band and also a husband to Julia told the Midlands Observer that he is behind her wife and life partner supporting her music talent since it is a complimentary gift to their calling as pastors in the kingdom of God.