Popular gospel musician Noel Zembe who was once involved in a car crush has bounced back.
The Ndaiwana Hama hit maker was involved in an omnibus accident in Mbare a about a year ago leaving his leg amputated.
Last week at an album launch of Reverend Chivariro the musician performed leaving fans asking for more.
He said he will drop a new album before mid year.
“A new album is coming and fans should look forward to something great,” he said.
He said experience and what God has done to him was enough to inspire him to pen songs.
“God spoke to me during that time and songs are there. As I speak the album is almost done with most songs awaiting the final stage,” he said.
The yet to be named album was recorded at Artsan Studios located in the city Centre.
Zembe started music in 1985 as a member of Scanners International together with Emmanuel Thomas, the late Primrose Sithole, Jivas Dzotizei, Philbert Marowa, the late Bob Manwere and Wellington Masvosva.
Based in Dzivaresekwa suburb, the youthful group released the single Chauya Chauya in 1986 before meeting promoter Professor Fred Zindi, also a musician, during the 1987 Independence Day celebrations at Rufaro Stadium in Harare.
Zindi adopted the group and renamed it Black Fusion before changing the name to Frontline Kids.
In 1992, the group changed its name to the Frontline Crew because the members had grown up and so could not pass for kids.
While others sought their own dreams, Zembe went into chemical manufacturing and later returned to music and recorded the single Baba Thoko with High-Density Studios under the Zeal project.
Later, he turned to gospel and recorded Ndaiwana Hama, Ndega Ndega and Pinda Mudanga. He managed to introduce a fresh gospel beat with inspiring lyrics which saw him becoming one of the best gospel musicians ever to come out of Zimbabwe.