Speaking about the album, Learnmore said: “This is my turn to prove to fans how much I have learnt the guitars and songwriting.”
On the second track, “Kana Wafunga Mafaro”, Mujintu urges fathers to become responsible husbands in the face of HIV and Aids,” he said.
He urged lovers to remain faithful to their partners.
“Cases of infidelity are rampant but one way of stopping that is to ensure that husbands love their wives,” he said.
He featured his father Innocente on rhythm on all the songs. Learnmore is studying his A-Levels at Speciss College. He started music at the age of 15 when he used to perform alongside his father at live shows.
He once delighted fans when he played the rhythm guitar for sungura musician Alick Macheso at a charity soccer match between musicians and yesteryear football legends.