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‘Music Journey Is Not Easy: Dorcas Moyo

Dorcas Moyo
Dorcas Moyo

By Blessed Ndlovu


Small Things in a greater way


“Music journey is not easy”, commented Dorcas Moyo on her 8th upcoming album to be launched on the 2nd of April in Mutare.


The gospel musician Dorcas Moyo expressed her feelings on how she views success in her music career which she describes as a hard journey full of ups and downs, life is not like having a stroll in the park but a hard one.


She said in her journey she learnt that the most important thing is to bounce back after a fall.


On the interview with Sly Media she said, “I have learnt that if I can’t do great things I gotta do small things in a greater way.”




Moyo said what keep her strong is prayer, fasting, hard work and commitment and this had made her realise that quitting is never an option.



On her music journey which she viewed as difficult she lamented about piracy which is crippling the music industry.



” Piracy has not spared anyone in the music industry and I lament the potential income that could be realised go down the drain,” she said.



The new album to be launched has ten tracks and “Bvudzi rangu ramera” is the title of the album which she explained as a moment of rekindling a hope and rising again after feeling down and devastated.


She likened it to the story of Samson in the Bible how the growth of his hair gave him power to fight back.



The hope giving album features Pastor N Matende.



In the album launch they will be other well-known artists like Bethany Pasinawalo, Mathias Mhere, Royal Trumpet and more. The album launch will be followed by a lot of tours around the country including in Mhondoro, Masvingo, Mutoko just to mention a few


Robert Tapfumaneyi