SOUTH Africa based musician, Blessing Jeduthun has released a scorcher worship song entitled Ndinoda Iwe.
Ndinoda Iwe is a desperate cry for God’s presence and according to the musician the song embodies a personal desire for revival.
The new song has already gained Jeduthun, new followers from across Africa, he told TheNewsReportlive.
“I have received messages from as far as Ivory Coast Togo Namibia Kenya Tanzania concerning the song. People saying we don’t understand the lyrics but the song is ministering to us,” Jeduthun said.
The former Star Bright winner, said he never expected the song to attract so much interest in the gospel circles.
“The song is just my desperate desire for the Holy Spirit to revive us and so I guess the body of Christ resonate with the song especially in this season because we are all longing for revival. I honestly did not expect to be this huge interest,” he added.
Ndinoda Iwe produced by experienced musso, Tremier Msipa with the help of Takesure Zamar Ncube is expected to catapult Jeduthun’s musical career to dizzy heights.
Blessing Jeduthun’s Ndinoda Iwe and the move to South Africa
He explains how the song was composed:” There is a time during lockdown when God would just graciously visit and drop songs in my spirit many powerful songs. Ndinoda Iwe came during the 7 hours of worship with big bro Zamar. During that time the only cry and desire was just revival that was our focus. And so I guess the Lord was pushing us towards that direction and if you listen to most of my recent releases they are revivalistic in nature. So during one of the 7hr session towards the end of my ministration the Holy Spirit drops this rough idea of a song in my spirit to sing it. It was my first time ever trying it and little did I know God had big plans.”
When Jeduthun real name Blessing Chidzurira moved to South Africa all he had was just a dream of becoming a successful musician.
Little did he know that he would become a sort after musician, featuring on big stages alongside Sipho Makhabane, Omega Khunou among others.
“Navigating South Africa music industry for me has been purely by grace and more of it has been also through Zamar. The South Africa music is tough if you don’t have anyone who is willing to plug you in or to give you their platform,” he said.
“Along the way also met Sipho Makhabane who also fell in love with my ministry and gave me an opportunity to record with them on their dvd and also exposed to more South African crowd and other big artists like Omega Khunou who by grace I should be featuring on his DVD this year. I also did my own show called Middelburg Arise which had myself Zamar ,Makhabane ,Chairo.
Jeduthun will feature alongside Nigeria’s Theophilus Sunday on November 4.