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Musician Pauline Gundidza of Mafriq fame on Friday stole the show at the launch of Passion Java Records at Sterkinekor Eastgate. Several artists including Mudiwa, Tek 5, Prime Minister, Infinity and Ire among other upcoming artists performed at the event but the Mafriq queen stole the the show.

The “Ndokuudza sei” hit maker was supposed to play only one song and she played her upcoming single “Namata” which was received by wild cheers by the crowd.

When she finished her set, the crowd cried for more leading to Pauline being invited back on stage and she played another track before leaving the stage for Mudiwa who was later received after some wild screams for Pauline to play once more.

Despite the crowd’s screams for Pauline, Mudiwa managed to put up a sterling performance when he played his track “Ndeweminana” from the new album “Wamambo”.

In an interview with The Herald Entertainment on the sideline of her performance, Pauline said she was happy that fans received her that way and promised more gospel tracks.

“It is such an honour to be part of this something big like this and I am sure that Passion Java Records will break barriers that have not been broken before. Kwainzi hakusvikwi ndokwatiri kuda kusvika through Passion Java Records,” she said.

She hailed every artist who performed saying everyone did their best.

Commenting on whether Mafriq still exists, Pauline said she is still part of Mafriq and promised more stuff from the group.

“Mafriq is there to stay, just that we have divided our responsibilities but we are still together with the other guys, and we are currently working on some new stuff as Mafriq,” she said.

Meanwhile, speaking on the launch, the owner Passion Java Recording label owner Passion Java said his recording label was going to cater for every type of music and also set to prove that gospel can be played in any genre.

The recording label was announced officially open by Tek 5 who is also a popular producer.

Source : The Herald

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