High flying gospel outfit , Worship Addicts has released their debut DVD ,Worship Altar which has since hit the streets by storm.
The video, a compilation of the gospel ensemble’s hits since Worship Addicts Volume 1 recorded in 2011 was shot at Heritage School in Harare in June will put face to the most sought after group at the the moment.
Changamire Muponesi and Ndotsvaga Imi are some of the new tracks which feature on the new album and brings a new feel to the Worship Addicts brand.
It also carries popular tracks like Prayer for Zimbabwe which has become a defacto national anthem, Umoya Wami Ulambile and Agere Pachigaro.
The album which was launched at the Apostolic Faith Mission in Zimbabwe (AFM) Rufaro conference and last week at Harvest House International Church conference has been received with good sales on the market.
Band leader, Takesure Zamar Ncube who was recently in the UK for a series of shows with Zimpraise, Thembelani and Joyous’ Mukhululi Bhebhe is elated by the release of the debut DVD which comes 4 years after bursting onto the gospel scene.
Zamar, as he is affectionately known is now a household name in Zimbabwe and this video is set to give him the impetus in a competitive industry.
Ncube said the album is an expression of his love for God.
“We gathered to love Jesus and express our awe of His greatness and in the process decided to record the moments for believers who could not be there ” he said.
Worship Alters, focuses on real life worship experiences. This latest series follows the success of the Worship Addicts Devotionals (four albums to date), Praise Addicts (two albums) and the Zamar series (one album).
“This video was long overdue and i believe it will help our fans worship God better through the devotional songs,” Ncube said.
Live DVD recordings have suddenly become a hit after groups like Zimpraise set the trend, whilst other musicians are still content with the traditional videos.