Voice of Jordan Studios — famed for discovering the likes of Olinda Marowa and Blessing Shumba — is now back in full swing after a two-year lull. According to gospel musician Lazaraus Chikwewo, who owns VOJ Studios, they shut down the stable in 2010 to give it ample time to refocus its thrust.

“We are now back in full business after our 2010 layoff. This was largely due to the need to refocus and restrategise. We have, however, started working on new projects by new artists,” Chikwewo said.

One of the new projects is his latest album titled Ndaramba Uye Handidi.

Born in  in Harare in 1967, Chikwewo said he was inspired by his mother to sing before he decided to form VOJ Studios and later become a pastor in the Unity Apostolic Church.

He is married with two children.