By style Reporter
Award-winning gospel musician Tatenda Mahachi says he is impressed by the response his video, of his single titled Victory, is receiving since its release two weeks ago.
The video, which was directed by Blaqs, was shot in Nyanga.
“Fans have been asking for the video and we decided to give them the best they deserve,” said Mahachi.
“I am happy that the video is getting rave support from fans and is being played on national television.
“The video production was costly as it was shot in Nyanga and sorrounding areas.
“It took the hands of the award-winning video producer Blaqs to work on the video.”
Mahachi said they tried to have visuals with a global appeal.
“The video has got some world trending plastic fashions which will catch the eyes of many as we try to move with fashion,” he said.
“We decided to include these current trending fashion since it is our belief to set the trend every time we release a video.
“Its high time Christians lead the way in terms of videos and fashion.”
He said opting for Nyanga was a deliberate way of promoting local tourism.
“We decided to shoot the video in Nyanga to show to the world how beautiful Zimbabwe is,” Mahachi said.
The Ndisiye hit maker said Victory was more of an inspirational song.
“The song reminds us that beyond these current socioeconomic challenges there is a brighter side across which one has to believe that it can be done,” Mahachi said.
“No matter what you are going through in your life right now, it’s just a phase that will pass and joy is coming in the morning.”
He said generally the song is about faith and believing in God.
Victory is doing well, topping charts on the country’s main radio stations.