Rose Mambo drops visuals for Nzira Yangu, featuring Methodist Church
Bongani Ndlovu, Online Writer
GOSPEL musician Rose Mambo has released the visuals for the song Nzira Yangu which she co-wrote with renowned musician Jah Prayzah.
Rose Mambo is known for fusing dance music and gospel lyrics, worked with DJ Tamuka on the groovy track and Jah Prayzah co-wrote the song.
The main message in the song is quoting Psalm 119 verse 105 “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.” Rose Mambo switches from English to chiShona to isiNdebele effortlessly, while singing the song.
One of the major highlights of the music video is the women from the Methodist Church of Zimbabwe Trinity Society Ruwadzano.
They joined Rose Mambo in the music video, who was also clad in the church’s regalia comprised of their trademark red blouses with white collars and matching white hats and black skirts.
The group of women of varying ages were dancing to the beat of the song alongside a group of three young ladies showing off their dance moves to show that the song is for both young and old.
It looks like the song and the video will make waves in the industry and the radio and television charts.
The music video was shot and directed by Kmane and the dance moves were choreographed by Michelle.
The song was produced by DJ Tamuka, while it was mixed and mastered by Rodney Beats and recorded at JP Studios.