After several years of singing at the Christ Embassy Church, youthful gospel diva, Tendai Chigiya, better known as Sister-T, has decided to go into the studio and record her debut album.

Sister-T has named the album, Tanga Kuimba, which carries eight tracks that  are all spiritually uplifting.

“I started singing in the church choir when I was 10 and I grew up to accept that singing was my calling. I am inspired by Sinach from Nigeria, who I believe has inspired a lot of people in the region,” she said.

Encouraged by the response she has got so far, Sister-T says she has now set her sights on holding live shows after more than a year of perfoming in-house at Christ Embassy Church.

She told The Zimbabwe Mail that it was her wish  to minister the word of God through song.

“I seek to minister to the world through my music, which appeals to people from all walks of life. It took me three months to release the album after I lost my original demo CD. The loss turned out to be a blessing in disguise because the re-done projects seems much better,” she said.

The album was produced by Leeroy Nyamande of Lion Wave studios.