Renowned gospel artiste Mathius Mhere, who unveiled his new DVD in Highfield and Mbare this week, has said that he is simply taking his music back to the fans who helped him attain the success he has today in preaching the gospel through music.
Talking to the Herald Insight, Mhere said he wanted to connect with the people.
“I’m simply taking my music back to the people, the fans who helped be as successful as I am today in preaching the gospel through music,” he said.
The six-track video offering of last year’s album Old Testament first hit the streets at Gaza Home Industry in Highfield before travelling to Mbare with the artiste treating his fans to road-shows.
On Thursday the artiste will take the DVD to Mabvuku and Kuwadzana while it will announce other areas in due course.
The DVD features last year’s hits among them Ndabvunza Mweya, Dhindindi Fulltime, Nhamo Yekuzvipa, and Vana VaJesu among others.
For over a year, working with award-winning director Slimaz Pro, Mhere took his time producing the videos to make sure they were perfect.
“We took our time perfecting the videos to make sure they are of great quality. I’m very happy with what we came up with. All that’s left is to wait and hear what my fans think,” he said.
The Old Testament DVD will soon be availed in music stores and record bars around the country. Meanwhile, Mhere will also unveil two videos from his latest album Panogara Nyasha released earlier this year, an event which attended by high-profile people, the likes of Movement for Democratic Change Alliance leader Pastor Nelson Chamisa.
“I will be releasing videos for Panogara Nyasha and Tables in the next couple of weeks,” he said.
The two songs have been doing very well, topping gospel music charts on different radio stations.
Mhere shot to fame with his second album “Anoita Minana” which was recorded at Lyton Studios, a few years and has not looked back. The song “Favour” found on the album won the hearts of gospel and secular music fans. Mhere is currently riding high with his latest album, “Panogara Nyasha” which he collaborated with several artists, among them Oliver Mtukudzi, Kudzi Nyakudya, Bethany Pasinawako and Olinda Marowa.