She has spent years teaching in high schools around Harare, Zimbabwe. This page was last edited on 22 December , at She said her doors for collaborations are always open. Retrieved from " https:
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Dec 12, 17, 0. Mai Suluma rolls back good old times. I was impressed by her talent and when we met in US we started sharing ideas and chatting. Suluma said she was not going to translate her old Shona songs, shingieai composing fresh songs that she will record soon. Views Read Edit View history.
Shingisai Suluma born is a Zimbabwean Christian singer, songwriter, and worship leader. US to cut Africom troops amid focus on Russia and China. Retrieved from " https: In a bid to broaden her horizons and capture a new market, United States-based gospel musician and worship leader Shingisai Suluma is only working on English songs for her upcoming project.
Dec 25, 15, Retrieved 13 December This page was last edited on 22 Decemberat She left Zimbabwe to study art in Wimbledon, England, before graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in textile and design at Surrey University.
At about the age of seven she performed at the national conference of her church, and by the age of 17 she was the choir leader syingisai the Braeside assembly of Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa. Suluma said she first met Janet Manyowa via social media after being hinted by fans. She said turning to English songs was necessitated by the need to broaden her fan base. My new project is will have Usluma songs only.
Shingisai's parents were musically-inclined; they both sang in church. She is married to Stephen Suluma and they have two daughters, Tashinga and Tiara.
She said that Zimbabwe is always her home but she was no plans of returning permanently anytime soon.