Dorcas Moyo Set For United Kingdom Tour
Mutare-based gospel artiste Dorcas Moyo says she is humbled by being considered one of the most popular gospel singers in Zimbabwe by music lovers.
In most discussions about music on social media, Moyo’s name is mentioned quite often especially following the release of her latest album “Bvudzi Rangu Ramera”.
Speaking during an interview with H-Metro, Moyo said that with being popular, the greatest challenge is to remain humble. She said:
First and foremost, I am humbled by being regarded among the most popular and I thank God for taking me this far.
I am only a human being and that at times weighs heavily on me.
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I know that comes with being popular but the greatest challenge and biggest objective is to remain humble and also enhance my position and status.
Moyo said she started singing as a hobby and had not planned to take up music as a career. She said:
Honestly speaking, I was just a person keen on ministering to the Lord.
Recording one or two songs was enough for me but God had other plans.
Not a single day in my lifetime did I ever think about it.
Prayer, perseverance, consistence and practice are key.
Coupled with a group of people around me, who give advice, and pray with me.
Needless to mention my supporting group, The Heavenly Melodies.
Moyo is set to perform in the UK in October for the first time. She has three shows lined up in the British Isles. Moyo said:
We are excited about the United Kingdom tour that is pencilled for the month of October.
It is our inaugural UK tour and we will leave no stone unturned in ensuring total satisfaction to our supporters who have been crying out for us.
I am elated and curious at the same time for I am setting foot on unfamiliar territory.
I am extending my invitation to all across the UK to make efforts to come and meet us during this tour.
Dorcas Moyo has released eight albums to date. These are Ndokusheedzai Jesu (2006), Ndinokutungamirira (2009), Zvininipise (2018), Ndibatsirei Mwari (2019), Pamara Tapfuura (2020), Bvisai Marara (2021), Bvudzi Rangu Ramera (2022) and singles collections.
She records at Kunashe Studios and Olin Anderson is her producer.