Fast-rising Gospel Music maestro, Lindi Marc is not an average Zimbabwean artiste.
Her sound traces back to the typical Zim gospel roots. Her approach to the gospel music scene has been heralded as a fresh of breath air just as her new and debut Vhurai Nzira, video directed by Kross Marcellus Moses has been viewed 10,666 times in a period of less than a month on her YouTube. That’s a figure most burgeoning artists can only dream of.
The video was shot at various locations in South Africa, where she currently resides.
It is a beautiful, personal and purposeful praise song that preconize Lindi’s arrival on our inflated gospel scene and is superbly put together in a way that suggests that she’s force here to stay.
Although it is sung in her native language Shona, the video also carries along with it an English subtitle to help anyone across any part of the world understand. And for that reason, the song has been getting amazing reviews and fair airplay from broadcasters as big as Magic FM 102.9, from Nigeria.
The four minutes, eighteen seconds sizzling video does not only boasts magnificent costume, winsome picture motion or tasty choreography; it is also built around a solid and a pitying story. It is a story of a young woman who, for whatever reasons, is heartlessly thrown-out of her home by an indignant and unforgiving husband. Such a pertinent issues in the global village.
It is under such tumultuous circumstances that Lindi, who plays the role of the victimized woman confronts the only power that she knows would help: God. Her request is clear; God open doors to everything that I do.
Vhurai Nzira comes off her newly released eight-track album with the same title. Other tracks that are on the album includes Amakhanka, Indonga, Uyeza, Ndiaderewo and Say Something God featuring Kross Marcellus Moses, who also happens to be her husband.
Considering how good the whole project really is we might be tempted to do an album review shortly.