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T-Nash Uses Album Launch To Fund Charity

“Giving is always better than receiving.” This may be the case if all goes well for an upcoming Gospel Artist T-Nash who is launching his second studio album this weekend. Instead of having glitz, glamour and celebrities, this young man […]

“Giving is always better than receiving.” This may be the case if all goes well for an upcoming Gospel Artist T-Nash who is launching his second studio album this weekend. Instead of having glitz, glamour and celebrities, this young man has chosen to celebrate his birthday and launch his album whilst surrounded by the disadvantaged at Matthew Rusike Children’s home in Hatfield, Harare.

Born Tinashe Wutete, T-Nash is a Christian hip-hop artist whose career started with his first studio album Solutions in 2013. This was a warmly received album and he is dropping this new one to stamp his place on the charts. The latest album is titled ‘God Knows My Story’ and saw T-Nash engage the services of one of the most sought after producers Oskid on is track Emmanuel. T-Nash also collaborated with Nutty O on I’m Blessed which is a track with that Dancehall feel that will surely be ear-candy to Zim Dancehall fans. To prove his mettle, he also did a collaboration with the master of ‘Church Dance’ tracks Flame B called Tatsamaya.   This most definitely one that’s going to be on repeat during church runs.

“I am always heartbroken whenever I see street kids and other kids at some respected children’s homes in Zimbabwe suffering and my wish is to help them but at times I have nothing to offer but that is not supposed to stop me from putting a smile on someone’s face,” wrote T-Nash as he detailed to #ENTHUSE his disappointment at the failure of the general public to take care of the disadvantaged.

T-Nash is seeking assistance to fulfil his dream of making this day unforgettable for the residents of Matthew Rusike Children’s Home. This he says, can be done through pre-ordering the album for only $2 on +263772119325 and +263774300967. All proceeds from album sales go to the Children’s Home. Another way to support is by attending the event which is free of charge on Saturday 24th September in Harare.  Bring whatever you can to make the event a memorable one for the kids.

Kirkpatrick Chidamba 

Kirkpatrick Chidamba

Free Thinker. Loud. Another inhabitant of Terra Firma. I am not your favourite person. Neither do I plan to be. But you will know my opinion. In fact, you will love it.

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