Liberty Dube Entertainment Correspondent
TALENTED choral group, CCAP Voice of Sakubva is set to reclaim lost glory after a four-year sabbatical with the release of a single, Vakakomborerwa next month.
Former Warriors striker, Lazarus Muhoni who is one of the group’s vocalists, said the group was heavily affected by the relocation of most members to other cities and countries. Muhoni, who is now based in Harare, is also a vocalist at CCAP Voice of Mbare.
“We will officially launch the single early next month before we drop a full album with the same title. It is good that we have regrouped. All our band members are in good shape and we are looking forward to winning back our fans whom we disappointed by the long silence. We will keep entertaining listeners with soothing and inspiring lyrics.
“Some of the group members moved to Gwanda, Harare and South Africa, so it was difficult for us to meet for rehearsals and recording. We, however, have a lot in store for our listeners,” said Muhoni.
Some of the group’s band members in 2015 recorded an album, Riripo Tsime and roped in heir to the dendera throne, Suluman Chimbetu on the song, Mundinzvengesewo Jehovah.
The eight-track project carries inspiring tracks such as Ndinokurumidza Kuuya and Baba Taurai Navo.