Lilongwe based gospel artist Prosper Mwase will on July 9 release a 13-track album titled Mudzi Okhalitsa.
The album is Prosper’s third, after Yenda Naye which he released in 2006 and Oposa Agonjetsi in 2011.
Prosper who is also a pastor has since released three songs off the album namely Zikomo, Usatsale and Ndinu Zonse Zanga which are enjoying airplay on local radios.
Speaking in an interview, the musician said the album has messages that will lead people to repentance and give hope to the hopeless.
“The main theme is reminding people that Jesus is coming back and we should all get ready. There are also songs focusing on thanksgiving to God and talking about God’s greatness in our midst,” he said.
The musician who is also a graphic designer said he does not want to benefit financially from the album but he will share the songs for free so that many people should get the gospel.
“I was involved in a fatal car accident on 20th September 2006 and was going to hell so I have not produced this album as a source of income but as part of serving God and delivering the good news to all mankind. Since God gave me another chance to testify what I saw as I came back from a coma 14 hours after the accident,” said Prosper.
The musician is also ready to support churches by performing for free during events such as fundraising, crusades, overnight services, and evangelism.
He advised his fellow musicians not to twist the gospel for personal benefits warning that “we shall be answerable.”
According to Prosper, videos for the songs are in the works and he expects to release a DVD in November.
The album was produced by Moshu Records while the videos are being shot Shire Videos.