Dr Tumi: Gospel Musician Trends After Dropping 'The Great Shepherd'

Dr Tumi: Gospel Musician Trends After Dropping 'The Great Shepherd'

- Talented Gospel star Dr Tumi has dropped a new album titled The Great Shepherd

- The award-winning singer, who is a professional medical doctor, released the dope 14-track album on Friday, 26 March

- The musician only features singer Banele Mahlangu on the album that is trending on social media

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Gospel singer Dr Tumi has dropped his new album titled The Great Shepherd. The musician released the 14-track project on Friday morning, 26 March.

The popular artist, who is also a real medical doctor, only features one singer, Banele Mahlangu, on the entire project. That just shows how much he believes in his own style of music and his song writing ability.

Dr Tumi took to Twitter to share with his fans that the album is now available for downloads and streaming. He wrote:

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"#TGSOutNow on all digital platforms."

The hashtag #TGSOutNow has been trending on the micro-blogging platform since the album dropped. The star's fans have been using the platform to share their thoughts on the project. Check out some if their comments below:

@Lavhelesaniey wrote:

"When it comes to lyrics neh, you gotta give it to the Doc."

@MixoDawn said:

"Love it. Dr Tumi never disappoints."

@HopeyAssegaaith commented:

"Ohhh wow. I can’t stop going back to this masterpiece."

@Jamilogy added:

"I have just downloaded #TheGreatShepherd album by @DrTumi_ This is how Gospel music should sound."
Dr Tumi: Gospel Musician Trends After Dropping 'The Great Shepherd'
Dr Tumi is trending after dropping 'The Great Shepherd'. Image: @drtumisang
Source: Instagram

In other music news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that A-Reece is trending again on social media after dropping his highly-anticipated mixtape titled Today's Tragedy, Tomorrow's Memory: the mixtape.

The 13-track project features the likes of Wordz, Jay Jody, Belo Salo, Stogie T and singer Ayanda Jiya.

The star's loyal fans have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on the mixtape and to talk about their favourite songs in the project.

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The hashtag #TTTM has been trending high on the micro-bogging platform since A-Reece dropped the project on Friday morning, 26 March. Check out some of the comments from A-Reece's stans below:

@TheReeceBible wrote:

"What!!! Was J Cole and Kendrick ghostwriting for Reece."

@BohlaleW said:

"I'm done comparing A-Reece to African rappers."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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