Mpho’s grateful for support

Gospel artist Mpho Morwaswi is encouraged to work harder to take his career to the next level.
Gospel artist Mpho Morwaswi is encouraged to work harder to take his career to the next level.

MPHO Morwaswi’s gospel music heals and makes a difference in the lives of many heartbroken people.

Since heeding the call to sing gospel, Mpho has released albums such as Msindisi Wame, Izithembiso and Refilwe Matla, which were well received by Mzansi’s local and national radio stations between 2014 and 2019.

His recent album, which is titled Modimo Ke Senatla, is currentlyreceiving great airplay on various radio stations as well.

“I never expected such amazing support from my fans and gospel music lovers across the country.

“This really encourages me to work more,” he said.

Mpho said he loves to learn and loves sharing his experiences with others.

He realised his singing talents while at Sunday school at the tender age of eight.

Mpho said he’s thankful to his mum and siblings for being supportive of his singing career.

He said having moved from his home in Tafelkop outside Groblersdal, Limpopo, to GaRankuwa, north of Tshwane, gave him a boost.

It put him in the spotlight and he has had the opportunity to share the stage and work with gospel stars such as Bishop Benjamin Dube, Sipho Makhabane, Vuyo Mokoena, Deborah Fraser, Dr Rebecca Malope, Dr Winnie Mashaba and Lucas Maloma.

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