Mlalazi Ushers Africa to worship
By MUKWIMA CHILALA
Gospel music is more than just sound and voices it is a channel to worship and share the word of God encouraging believers to stand firm in faith.
Southern Africa has given birth to a lot of talented gospel artist.
Last year at the FNB WOW Festival in Lusaka, revellers witnessed a new voice, a new style and melody that ushered everyone on a whole new level of worship experience from Zimbabwean born minister, Everton Mlalazi.
Mlalazi was born in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare and through his performances it has become evident that the singer/songwriter is working tirelessly towards the goals of both spreading gospel music to the world and being one of the best gospel musician to come out of Africa.
The gospel star has released different singles which appeal to the mind and the spirit of both the Christian and those that are lost in faith.
“I am a strong beliver in Christ and i want my music to connect people to God, to give reverence to Christ in a way that uplifts souls and gives glory to God.” Mlalazi told the Nation lifestyle.
“I want to help people strengthen their relationship with God through my music.” He added
Mlalazi has been releasing series of singles that have the effect of evoking the presence of the Holy Spirit.
Mlalazi recently released Nomakunje, his first release for 2023 that features Ladysmith Black Mambazo, a multi Grammy award-winning South African prominent choral group.