Gospel musician Mathias Mhere has roped in the services of hilarious comedian Sabhuku Vharazipi for his forthcoming DVD, Nguva Yenyasha.

Real name David Mubaiwa, Sabhuku Vharazipi will feature on the video of the song Ziya Rangu off the musician’s latest album.

The musician said the venture was a gesture of unity between artists.

“We have decided to work with Sabhuku Vharazipi on this must-watch DVD as a way of showing unity among artists and the project is going to be better than our previous projects,” Mhere said.

From his previous projects such as Anoita Minana DVD shot in high definition, Mhere proved his creativity effortlessly depicting his messages.

Purpose and optimism have kept Mhere’s spirit alive and have seen him enjoy glory after glory on the local gospel scene.

His music has been rocking in public transport, households and most public places, while local radio stations have also accorded him massive airplay.

Sabhuku Vharazipi said he was delighted to feature on Mhere’s project.

“Featuring on this DVD is a great opportunity for me to further showcase my talent as a versatile artist,” Sabhuku Vharazipi said.

“Although this will be my maiden appearance on a musical video, it does not mean that is my first engagement in music. I have written many songs waiting for release in future.”

He said artists should stop being selective in collaborations so that the audience would emulate the unity of purpose. At the end of last year, Sabhuku Vharazipi was reported to have shared the stage with Dendera musician Sulumani Chimbetu in Zvishavane.

This comes after the comedian’s pledge to start working with musicians as a way to market his productions.