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Janet Manyowa is a Zimbabwean gospel musician. Janet Manyowa was born in Harare and resided in Chegutu. Her parents identified her passion for music and they sent her to music school at the age of ten. Her career started when she was leading praise and worship in her hometown church. Janet released her 12-track debut album, King of Glory, in August 2015 following the success of the singles Amazing God and Ndomira Pamuri. Most recently she launched her 2nd album “Grateful” at the Celebration Centre Auditorium.At the start of 2017, Janet launched a new TV talk show called Redeemed. The talk show is based on gospel music and interviews various artists and industry leaders and Christians who have a story of redemption to talk about.She has been listed among the 100 most influential young Zimbabweans under 40.

Discography

Albums

Sounds of victory 2020 King of Glory 2017 Grateful 2018 Muchengeti featuring Shingisai Suluma King of Glory Overcome Tarisa Ndomira Pamuri I Trust You (The Reprise) Ufanelwe Amazing God feat. Dr. Comfort Manyame Kune Muponesi feat. Michael Mahendere Muripo Amazing God (Saxophone Version) Zadzisa

Awards and Recognition

In the 3 years that Janet has been in music, she has received over 30 nominations and 13 awards. Some of these are:Best Newcomer 2015—Zimbabwe Music Awards (ZIMA) Best Album 2016— PERMICAN Gospel Awards Best Female Artist 2016—Zimbabwe Music Awards (ZIMA) Best of Africa 2017 (nominee)— SABC Crown Gospel Awards Outstanding Female Musician 2017— NAMA (National Arts & Merit Awards) Notable Musician 2018 - Zimbabwe Women Awards (ZIWA) Gospel Song of the year 2018 — Star FM Music Awards Female Artist of the year 2018 — Star FM Music Awards

Personal life

Janet is married to Munyaradzi Manyowa and together they have 3 children, Matipa, Waishe and Mufaro. She is an accountant by profession.

Albums & Songs

Janet Manyowa songs are not available at iTunes or have not been synced with iTunes