Masinire gives his 'Best' on singles collection album

Entertainment Reporter
Human Rights Defender Awards` Artist of the year 2016 nominee Best Masinire recently launched his 10 track singles album at Planet Yolo, Joina City.
The album is a mixture of many genres ranging from reggae, soft rock, afro pop and afro jazz; proving how versatile the lanky crooner is.
Masinire’s latest offering is clogged with social commentary which is from a Christian stand point and also one love song, Kukusuwa Kwandaita, which features his producer Tawanda Midzi.
“My music is a reflection of what God has put inside me. I am a Christian social commentator and I also sing about the love, grace and mercy of God,” he said
Best is gifted with a strong voice that allows him to go through an array of notes from bar to bar with relative ease and his recently launched album is a mixture of laid back songs and mid tempo tunes.
Talk of the likes of Hatina Pressure, Vakatadzei, Unconditional love, Ndinotenda, Yanaya, Chitanda and Ndakanaka in which he passionately expresses himself.
“Unconditional Love is a song I wrote for my mother. She is my hero. My dad passed on when I was four but she took good care of me and my sisters and provided for us day and night.
“Vakatadzei is the song that got me the Human Rights Defenders Awards nomination. The song is a prayer to God and a call for action among societies and organizations to assist less privileged children and people living in prisons,” he said
Masinire`s singles album only has one up beat song called Manera in which he talks about how God`s hand upon his life is causing him to make progress.
He featured a couple of upcoming musicians on the album; the likes of Tendai Global on the song Hatina Pressure, Tawanda Midzi on Kukusuwa Kwandaita and a gospel choir called Worship Culture on the song Getting Better.
 “I worked with four producers on the project i.e. Tawanda Midzi, Wisdom Nyaparami, Tatenda Gurupira and Bizzy Dee.
Best Masinire began his professional music career in 2011 when he and his friends, Goldrich Makeredza, Tafadzwa Padziri and David Chinyama formed a band called LIKAFA and performed around the country.
Due to academic commitments Masinire exited the group in 2013, only to begin a solo career in 2015 and released his debut album called Nakusasa Futhi.