In 2005 he enrolled for a Music and Musicology Diploma at the Zimbabwe College of Music in Harare. Thereafter, he taught music at a private school in Harare The Heritage School.
In 2011, he formed his group Worship Addicts in Harare and in that year the group released its maiden album. His ability to speak and sing in several African languages that include Zulu, Venda, Sotho, Swahili, Ndebele, Shona and Tswana has endeared him with regional of gospel music lovers.
He rose to prominence in 2014 when he joined the multi-award-winning gospel ensemble Joyous Celebration as a vocalist. Two years later, Zamar moved to South Africa after joining the Bold Music stable. He has penned over 500 songs…
In 2017, he recorded his first live DVD, which was attended by over 20 South African gospel musicians.