Mahachi shoots video in Dubai
By Showbiz Writer
Rising gospel musician Tatenda Seth Mahachi is not stopping at anything to take his music beyond borders and spread the word of God through song.
The musician went all out and shot his latest video Usacheme in Dubai and Durban and released the video last week.
The high budget video was shot by renowned Nigerian production house Paroworks and the photography and creativity is evidence of great work.
Mahachi said Usacheme was a special dedication to her late mother hence he decided to go a notch up and come up with a super product.
“I wrote the song years back when my mother died. She was the bread winner since my dad had passed on earlier and l was scared to face tomorrow but by the moment l gave everything in the hands of God and started to appreciate that I was not alone everything changed,” said Mahachi who is also riding on the purple patch of his duet with award winning South African gospel star Sifiso Ncwane.
“The message is clear, God is saying whatever you are going through, hold on be still and know that l am God and he will never forsake you. You might lose a loved one, a job but things will always work out well if you have faith.”
The video premiered on ZBC TV Wednesday and it is doing fairly well on YouTube.
Mahachi’s career has been on a steady course with his collaboration with Prudence Katomeni-Mbofana dominating the charts for more than a month.
He started his music career in the farming town of Karoi before moving to the capital where he has worked hard on the gospel scene.