Chivaviro’s son drops Covid-19 song

Chivaviro and son Tinashe

Mathew Masinge, Entertainment Reporter

Teenage singer Tinashe Chivaviro has added his voice to the fight against the global crisis through a new video titled-Musavasiye- which he hopes will create awareness amongst his peers.

The 16-year-old, son to reverend Chivaviro, feels children also have a voice as the virus has no exception.

The video which is Tinashe’s second is off his debut album which was released in January.

“We are excited about his energy and zeal to continue contributing to the gospel industry.


“There is a song from a teenager who is preaching hope during a global crisis and we hope his efforts will touch many lives,” said reverend Chivaviro.

Chivaviro said Tinashe is working on more projects that will be released later.

“We will continue holding his hand up until he reaches an age he becomes mature.

“There are plans to do more videos this year and hope his followers will endorse his efforts,” he said.

Tinashe received his music scholarship to study in the US after releasing his first single-Nguva DzaMwari.

The teenager continues to explore the music industry and hopes exposure in the US will shape him into a fine jewel.