Mhere pleased with Hossana Concert
Zimbabwe gospel musician Mathias Mhere pleased with the Hossana Pakufamba Concert following a successful initial concert held in Harare Gardens.
In a statement, Mhere said the Hossana Pakufamba Concert was meant for fans who failed to make it to the launch of his latest album in Avondale.
Mhere said: “We decided to do the celebrations for the album’s initial success. However we took the opportunity to invite those who couldn’t come to the launch. Apart from the live DVD recording session, it was also a celebration of the project’s success on the market”.
Mhere said they were now planning the Hossana Pakufamba Concert Part 2 for Gweru ahead of a national tour. Mhere said they will go up to Part 10 in different cities with the support of their sponsors.
Mathias also said, “We recorded good sales, but soon piracy took over, affecting sales, so we are now capitalizing on live shows.”
Mhere said his desire in the next five to 10 years was to grow his music brand across the borders.
Mhere said the collaborations that he has been doing with foreign and local artistes have helped add value to his brand. Mathias also he would be able to penetrate markets in the countries where those artistes come from.
Mhere said he had learned the importance of respecting his fans and remaining humble. Mhere pleased with the Hossana Pakufamba Concert following the successful initial concert held in Harare Gardens.
Mathias Mhere rose to prominence in 2012 with his album “Anoita Minana” which topped the gospel charts. He however worked with the late legendary superstar Oliver Mtukudzi on one of his albums Tsano Handei. Mhere also worked with Jah Prayzah.
Written by tatenda