ZIMBABWE – Musician Tryson Chimbetu’s might start to blossom because he is now a born again Christian, a local church leader has said.
Grace Faith in Christ Ministries founder, Munaki Mubariki who attended the musician’s album launch last Thursday said people should no longer associate Tryson with bad things.
Tryson has been linked to drug abuse though he vehemently denied the allegations describing them as works of haters.
“Tryson is no longer the musician people used to know, he is now a changed person because he accepted God in his life. Soon, people will start appreciating him as a role model to many musicians,” said Mubariki.
He went on to give Tryson a stand in Chinhoyi which he described as a gift to compliment his talent from God.
Titled Victory (Ballon d’Or) the album was launched at Radost Platinum in the Longcheng Plaza where music promoters and other music stakeholders turned up.
The CD was purchased for US$800 by Nicole Fashions together with Gulf Complex Hustlers while a number of fans bought it for various prices.
Music promoter Partson “Chipaz” Chimbodza also pledged to pay for some of the CDs which were given to fans, a gesture which was commended by fans.
Fellow musician Allan and Douglas Chimbetu and Romeo Gasa attended the launch.
Recorded at Diamond Studios, the album carries songs like Isa Moto, Ndarota, Chihera Vhura Door, Ndoendepiko, Ndirikutsvagawo Basa and KaNumber Kanyowani.
Tryson, who claims to receive guidance from the deceased dendera music founders, Naison and Simon Chimbetu is confident that his album will make an impact.