As Kastep Kenyasha album launch draws closer, popular Harare prophet and founder of the Goodness and Mercy Ministries Tapiwa Freddy, affectionately known as Prophet T Freddy says he feels he might have underestimated his musical prowess.
Freddy has attracted overwhelming attention on his forthcoming album launch slated for this Friday, 5 July, at 7 Arts Theatre, Avondale, with artists across the arts spectrum endorsing the event. This has forced the self-styled Prophet to beef up security as all signs point to a bumper turn out.
“Honestly, judging from the inquiries I have been receiving, I am starting to feel that my team and I may have underestimated our musical prowess. I was caught in the slumber of thinking that most people only know me for preaching hence my choice of a humble venue for the music album launch.
“Nevertheless, we are making plans to accommodate any possible overflow and have already started beefing up security so that everyone is covered,” said the cleric.
Freddy said Kastep Kenyasha album launch will bring together old school and new school in the gospel music circles for what promises to be a big night.
“We have also tried to converge the new and old school such as Kudzi Nyakudya, Mathias Mhere, Baba Harare among others who will meet up with the guest of honour and legends Baba Charles Charamba and Mechanic Manyeruke,” said Freddy.
Kastep Kenyasha is an eight-track album and will be T Freddy’s fourth studio project after Mesiya 2002, Serevende 2006 and 100% Prophetic released in 2016.