Australia based Zimbabwean singer, Tarisai Kunashe has offered her endorsement for the award winning Ghanaian artist, Morris Makafui’s new Single ‘Edzebubu’.
The song which was released in January this year, had won the heart of many fans and gospel music enthusiasts.
Tarisai Kunashe also joined in recently to endorse this great piece from Morris Makafui on her Instagram page, expressing her love for the song and also covers it with her version with Philip Danso, a Canadian based Ghanaian keyboardist too
‘Edzebubu’ which actually means ‘He Is Wealthy Of Honour’, is a song of appreciation and confession of the transformation brought about by an encounter with Jesus.
In the song, just as it is recorded in the Bible on several occasions and even in our times, the preaching of the Gospel is a Jesus encounter affair where the blind see, the lame walk, there is total transformation and most importantly, lives are saved.
The song which won 2 awards at the just ended RTC Western Music Awards 2019, was compose and written by Morris Makafui.
Tarisai Kunashe Vushe, the singer was travelled from Zimbabwe to Australia in her mid-teens with her mother and was determined to perfect her skills as a performer, whilst studying hard at school to ensure a place at university.
To contribute to her already outstanding talents, she studied several styles of dance including hip hop, jazz, African, and belly dancing; and also participated in a talent development project between 2003 and 2004.
Her music began to penetrate the Austrian scene through channel sevens Big Arvo in 2001. In 2007, she was presented with a lifetime opportunity when she became a household name, starring on channel tens Australian Idol, making a heroic feat of qualifying into the top 5. She won the hearts of many through her heartening ballades such as Whitney Houstons ‘I have nothing’, and ‘River Deep, Mountain High’.
In her unmistakably blooming music career, Tarisai has worked with some of biggest names in the Australian entertainment industry including David Caplice, John Foreman, David Champion, & Producer Audius Mtawarira .
Tarisai also signed a record deal with independent label, Tommirock Records, whilst she was in the process of writing and recording her debut album with ARIA charting producer Tom Williams.
Her career received a major boost in 2008 when she sang at a New Year’s eve concert in Sydney and later sang one of her own songs at a martial arts event there.  That March she went on tour with South African band Malaika and later performed in the Macao gambling center near Hong Kong.  In 2014, Tarisai landed a new role in the Disney Musical “The Lion King”. In this musical group, she landed a total of three roles covering Shenzi and Rafiki and she was also part of the ensemble.  These achievements by Vushe indicate that she is arguably one of the most successful Zimbabweans performing in International talent shows.
2010 :Afro Australian Music and Movie Awards for the best single of the year (Head Over Heels).
2010: Afro Australian Music and Movie Awards for the Best vocalist. 
- Head Over Heels: (single, 2007)
- Set Me free: April 2010
Listen to her cover of Edzebubu below