Popular Gospel musician Mambo Dhuterere (real name Darlington Mutseta), released his fourth album on Monday titled, “Zvino Dzimba Ngoni”.
Dhuterere said his latest offering proves to his critics that he is not a fly-by-night musician or a one-hit-wonder.
In 2019, the St John Apostolic Church worshipper stormed the entertainment scene with his ageless album, “Dare Guru” which featured songs such as Mweya Ndisesekedze and Dare Guru but his extended silence had given his critics ammunition to claim that he was a spent force.
The new album has five songs; “Zvinonyadzisa”, “Ndabvunza Manuere”, “Kubata Basa”, “Ndinzwe Mambo” and “Kurira Mkundi”.
Dhuterere said he took his time perfecting his music in the studio and that was why some people were thinking that he was a chancy singer. He said:
I take time perfecting my music in the studio, hence some people would end up thinking I am a ‘one-hit-wonder’.
… After this new album, some months ahead, the same people will again say I am a one-hit-wonder.
People will always talk, but you just need to stay in focus and true to your calling.
Mambo Dhuterere promised to release a singles collection before year-end that will be having several collaborations.
He also pledged to release a video for the song “Zvinonyadzisa”, which was shot by Naxo Films.
Dhuterere already had three albums under his belt namely; “Dhuterere” in 2015, “Tsamba” (2018) and “Dare Guru” in 2019.