Up-and-coming gospel singer Ghetto Worshiper has dropped a debut single titled ‘Mulinane Cholinga’.
The artist, whose real name is Rhoda Jedegwa, said she is looking forward to releasing more songs as she takes aim at working on a debut album.
“I believe God’s time is the best. From here on there are no limits, I believe we should not limit ourselves and I am ready to break the boundaries,” Jedegwa said.
The song ‘Mulinane Cholinga’ was recorded and produced by BMG production in South Africa.
Jedegwa said her song stems from a revelation she had one night.
“One night, I got a revelation in my sleep as to why I have been preserved, I literally woke up in the middle of the night and started listening to the Holy Spirit and I wrote down the song.
“The message is clear; we are alive to fulfill a purpose. We all have a purpose to fulfill in life, find your purpose and serve,” she said.
Jedegwa said she adopted the name Ghetto Worshiper as an expression – a form of communication that expresses a personal relationship with God.
“The stage name also expresses that there’s no discrimination in how people relate to God and how one wants to worship Him,” she said.
A holder of a Diploma in Beauty Therapy from Helia D International in South Africa, Jedegwa said she wanted to use music to minister the word of God.