The album consists of 10 tracks with songs such as the title track Tendeuka, Zvisina Maturo and the song Zimbabwe, which encourages people to love their country through the praise of God.
Tsitsi who is a member of the Apostolic Faith Mission says she grew up with a great passion for music hence the release of her second album.
â€œAs a gospel artists, I use music to pray to God to alleviate the difficulties people are facing, both materially and spiritually,â€ Tsitsi said.
Zimbabwe Music Rights Association Executive Director, Ms Polisile Ncube says besides Tsitsiâ€™s music being gospel, her productions bear testimony that it has songs that relate to social issues.
â€œTsitsi â€˜s music encourages young and the old alike to see gospel music in a different light and I can foresee her making it to the top in the local music industry,â€ she added.
Her music calls on all Zimbabweans to adhere to good moral behaviour in line with Christian values.
With a musical career that started in Seke at Murape Secondary School where she was a member of the Scripture Union, she also bemoaned the increase in music piracy.
The music industry continues to be undermined by escalating piracy in the country.
Piracy has become widespread due to increased PC ownership and growing broadband internet access which enables the downloading of music products.
According to the Ministry of Information, Media and Publicity, the Anti Piracy Taskforce will be reconvening soon, to review progress and map the way forward.