BUDDING gospel artiste, Priviledge Gona, who is currently based in South Africa has roped in Honde Valleyâ€™s celebrated musician, Trymore Bande on his third offering, Takavaka Tega. The album carries eight soothing tracks which include Anonyepa, Jabesi and Tetelestai. Bande who have carved a niche for himself in the gospel music industry features on the soulful track, Nanhasi, a potential thriller that urges people to appreciate Godâ€™s love. The album, Gona, said carries uplifting tracks that encourage Christians to pin their hopes and faith in God and believe in him in all situations. â€œI realised that old-aged people seem not to understand present-day church hymns since they are used to their old hymns. The song, Nanhasi is a reminder to the old aged among other Christians that all hymnal songs carry inspiring messages that help people to sail through day-to-day afflictions and problems,â€ he said.
Gona released his first and second albums in 2010 and 2012 respectively. Gona said the two projects did not do well on the market because of poor marketing. â€œI hope to improve on my marketing strategies and possibly hold more live shows while marketing the new project.