Upcoming gospel singer Juliana Chiturumani Chipindu has vowed to frequent the studio and increase her discography after the recent release of her debut 6-track album titled Usatya which has widened her followership.
By Style Reporter
The album, consisting of songs titled Pamukaha, Chivi, Ndinoshumira, Ndoitaisei, Shandukuminya and the title track, was produced by Luckie Kaparautsi at Joy of Life Studios.
Speaking to the Standard Style, Chipindu said although she had for long sung in church, life’s unforgiving realities pushed her to start a solo career in a move she is glad to have taken.
“I started recording last year in November although I have always wanted to sing, but had not got a chance to do so. I have now taken a bold step to start and hopefully will not turn back,” said Chipindu.
“Basically my music is influenced by different life circumstances and from the reviews I am getting, I think people are enjoying my new music.”
She plans to submit the music to radio stations later this month while also putting it on different online platforms to reach a wide audience.
“The main idea is to take the gospel to all corners of the world, so we will make an effort to make sure our music gets to as many places as we can.”
Since releasing her album last month, the Besu reNjiva Gospel band leader said she has seen a rise in her followership which has inspired her to “write more songs” in preparation for her future projects.
“I have already started writing more songs and I promise to do better in my next project I am determined to surpass what I have done on this debut album,” she said.
Chipindu goes to the Reformed Church in Zimbabwe (RCZ) Calvary Post in Seke Chitungwiza.