Questioned if the new album would feature other artistes, Mushapaidze said they had gone solo though hinting they were up for collaborations.
“We’ve recorded most of the songs on this album alone but if an artiste wants to work with us, we may include that track on this project as about four songs are yet to be recorded,” he said.
On music videos for the album, Mushapaidze said they would probably be recorded later in the year for release early next year.
“After releasing the album in August, we want to give people time to appreciate and enjoy the new tracks as we don’t want to overwhelm them. We hope to release the DVD early next year and make the launch bigger than the Jerusarema one which we launched this year at Ster Kinekor.”
Once complete, the videos will be sent to international entertainment channels, Zambezi Magic and Channel O among others for airplay.
It remains to be seen how much Mudhara Vachauya will fetch on its launch day after business mogul, Philip Chiyangwa pledged two stands valued at $27,000 for Jerusarema at a launch held at the Harare International Conference Centre last year for his sixth project.
Jah Prayzah may however want to look for a bigger venue when he launches his album in Bulawayo as fans have shown him that he is way bigger than the Amphitheatre, his base in the city. All the times he has performed there, he has filled the place with some fans having to follow proceedings from outside the venue. Some have suggested that he opts for the more spacious Queens Sports Grounds.