Gospel: Rwandans drop newly God of All Nations Hit featuring South African

Posted By: Patience Rutayisire - On:10/12/2017
Touched by Rwandas past havoc, the South African female songbird, ZaZa managed to team up with super Rwandan gospel musicians, namely Tonzi and Jakes Billy to thrill music lovers with the fresh released audio track dubbed God of all Nations.

The South African songstress counted on her singing talent to mold an outstanding gift that will get Rwandans to remind of her.

She came to know gospel music fans will unarguably feel gratified had she collaborated with renowned gospel musicians to pass revival message via God of all nation track, that will have video clip out soon, the world  would take on board God was, is and still will be  all in all. She was shocked with the aftermath of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi immediately she paid visit at the Gisozi memorial site on 11th November 2017,  consequently she recalled her talent to compose the song destined to speak about her experience in Rwanda.

Zaza thought of working with Tonzi and Jakes Billy on The Kigali’s tragedy to convert its history into what the world can learn from.

Here is what tonzi thinks of the new song

Speaking to Inyarwanda.com contributor, Tonzi said that the song comes as blessing to Rwandans.

‘’ I believe it (song) will have all the nations blessed,’’ she said.

The Pop singer and Sijya Muvako hit maker added that she encourage worshiping music lovers to listen to the song and share it with their friends in order to taste blessing from God.

 Listen to it here 



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