Zex Manatsa endorses daughter-in-law Sharon. UK based gospel diva Sharon Manatsa is set to perform on home soil at Jasen Mphepo Little Theatre in Eastlea on October 24. Dubbed “One Night With Sharon Manatsa”, the event will see the Zex Manatsa daughter-in-law sharing the stage with other artists.
These comprise John Cole, Tinashe Magacha, Trust Jeldous, Gospel DJ unlocked and a special guest appearance by her father-in-law. The 29-year-old feels great to be performing home ahead of her show on home soil.
In an interview, Sharon said she is excited to be reunited with her fans in Zimbabwe. “No matter where l go, there is no place like home so l am super excited since my music has been played in the diaspora. “Social media has worked wonders that I have gained some fans just by engaging with them on social media platforms. This will be my first live contact with them all.
“On the day of the show, I am promising my fans a nice evening of fun and great music. “I hope and pray my music touches at least one soul then I know I have fulfilled God’s mission,” said Manatsa.
She also opened up on her forthcoming projects. “I am currently working on the official Tinofamba Music Video with John Cole and Andy Cutta which will be out soon. “I am also back in the studio working on some new music on the way.
“I’m also getting ready for next year as it’s already looking twice as much busier than this year on my calendar halfway fully packed. “I will be back in the studio working on the final touches for the new music and projects l am working on in time for release in the beginning of next year,” she said.
She mentioned on her day of arrival. “I will be in Zimbabwe on the 18th of October just for a week which already feels too short as it is packed with radio and TV interviews, video shoots, a few collaborations, rehearsals and this event titled One Night with Sharon Manatsa hosted by Jasen Mphepo Little Theatre on the 24th of October.
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