UK-based South African recording artist and worship leader ZAMA M is proud to announce that her dynamic “I’m A Testimony” studio album is now available on all digital platforms for streaming.
The exciting, nine-track body of work shows the multifaceted vessel of worship’s continued elevation in music and artistic depth.
Inspiringly titled “I’m A Testimony”, the album saw ZAMA navigating the spaces between fact and faith, and acknowledges our feelings, anxiety, frustration, anger, and fear, immensely compounded over some of the most uncertain and unprecedented times in modern history and does so through a lens of hope and assurance.
“This album is very special in my heart. I have released it because I wanted to testify to the goodness of God in my life, about what God has done in my life and about what he’s still doing. I’m so looking forward to the world to hear I’m A Testimony. It will be a great testimony in my life,” said ZAMA.
Against the backdrop of a global pandemic, the album ministers healing to the brokenhearted and show people that Jesus makes all the difference.
From high energy moments to intimate times of unrestrained Holy Spirit-led worship, ZAMA hopes that people can tune out to her new album and block out all the distractions and noise that would keep them from building a strong relationship with Christ. She strives to see people healed, lives changed, minds renewed, families restored, and people led to Christ.
Standout tracks from the album include “I’m a Testimony” and “Nginawo Amandla” featuring her husband, Bongani Msani.
A loving wife, mother, motivational speaker, fashion designer and entrepreneur, ZAMA, 40, went to the United Kingdom in 2008 with a group called The Mighty Zulu Nation where they hit the ground running, performing in schools, universities, hospitals, weddings, and even funerals. Describing her experience, she said it was a good experience that she will forever cherish.
While in her home country, she worked with acclaimed legends such as Dr Mbongeni Ngema and Dr Duma Ka-Ndlovu, as well as groups like the Sounds of Joy and Amaqhawe Gospel.
ZAMA is also a founding member of the Zulu Tradition Group UK, having formed the ensemble with friends in 2010.
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