Award winning gospel musician, Tatenda Mahachi is elated at the prospects of releasing his first collaboration song with revered music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi on a song titled ‘Ndisiye Satani’ saying working with the internationally acclaimed musician is a dream come true and landmark in his musical journey.
By Munashe Chokodza
Mahachi who featured the late South Africa gospel musician Sfiso Ncwane on a track titled ‘Ndinoda Jesu’ said working with Mtukudzi is an experience that can only come once in a lifetime adding that he expects the yet to be released song to take his musical career to the next level.
“I am happy working on an big project with the county big artist this is an experience that is found once in an life time.
“Dr Mtukudzi is an humbled man and he is my role model and the song will take the gospel music to the next level.It was always my dream to work with the superstar and I am learning a lot of wisdom from working with him” said Mahachi in an interview with 263Chat.
The song Ndisiye Satani which is being recorded at Pakare Paye studios and Macdonald Chidavaenzi’s Eternity Productions was written by Mahachi and Mtukudzi and will feature on the former’s upcoming album set to be released later this year.
Mahachi has shared the stage with several South African musicians, among them Ncwane, Thina Zungu, Dumi Mkokstad, Rebecca Malope, Benjamin Dube and Khaya Mthethwa at different festivals.