Tatelicious has been trending on social media with her videos talking about top celebrities in Zimbabwe. Queen Tatelicious was singing Mambo Dhutere praises and declared her love for him, Tatelicious told her fans she loves Mambo Dhuterere and that he was so handsome. Tatelicous shared her affection for Mambo Dhuterere and wished to be called Mai Dhuterere.
Mambo Dhuterere takes showbiz by storm He is currently the talk of town and his songs are rocking the domestic music scene. The soothing voice that accompanies his songs, marinated with an apostolic flair, distinguishes him from other gospel singers on the local music landscape. His exceptional singing style has earned him many ears and awarded him numerous followers, who seem to be increasing in numbers with each passing day.
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Born Darlington Mutseta in Guruve, Mashonaland Central Province 27 years ago, Mambo Dhuterere attended school at Chimbumu Primary and Secondary schools.
He then relocated to Botswana after completing his secondary education in 2008. While in Botswana, he was involved in car-buying and selling before he quit to pursue new ventures. The gospel set up a detergent manufacturing company, which is still running in Botswana.
“The name Mambo Dhuterere came from my music which is called Dhuterere. My followers started calling me Mambo Dhuterere after hearing my music and that is how the name came up,” he said.
Mambo Dhuterere is married and has two children. He is a pastor with St John Apostolic Church of the Whole World in Botswana.
“I started recording music in 2015. There is a touch of the Holy spirit in the songs that I sing, combined with the gift and grace.
“Some of the songs are inspired by whatever is happening in the community or society and people around me. Some are life experiences that I take into a song. “This is my third album with “Dhuterere” being the first one recorded in 2015 then “Tsamba” released in 2018. “Dare Guru” came this year,” he said.
Mambo Dhuterere decided to return into the country to market his music and spread the word of God. He vowed never to perform in places perceived not fit for worshiping like bars and clubs.
But the gospel singer does not mind performing in front of people drinking beer at other public venues like halls.
Mambo Dhuterere claims music laden with fetid lyrics does not have space in his music purse.