Moses Mapiye, one of the founder members of the group that was formed last year, told StandardLife&Style that it took them two months to shoot the DVD.
It is composed of songs from their debut audio album by the same title. They have however, narrowed down their DVD to six tracks.
“We were facing financial challenges hence we had to reduce the number of songs from the original 10 to six,” said Mapiye.
Mapiye said they managed to shoot the DVD with help from a local film producing company, City Media.
“We are grateful to them (City Media) because they supplied us with the necessary equipment besides printing the DVDs,” he said.
The DVD was shot in areas such as the Centenary Park, Nkulumane Complex, Nketa 9 as well as Tshabalala suburb.
Mapiye said the DVD was now available in music outlets in the city adding that those who would have an opportunity to view the disc “would be blessed by Christ’s message carried in the music”.
Mapiye said Jesu Huyai carries music that could “change people’s lives”.
Tracks to look forward to include Tinochengetwa Nashe, Igama Lika Jesu and the title track.
Marimba aJehova is composed of musicians from two church denominations — Bethseda Apostolic Church and National Apostolic Church of the Holy Ghost.