By Moses Masiye
After having danced to promotion tracks currently almost dominating airplay, Malawi’s Black missionaries (Blacks) band is convinced that it can take the full Kuimba 10 album to the market.
Blacks band leader Anjiru Fumulani said Blantyre should brace for a massive launch of the 11 track album at Robins park on July 31, 2015.
“People have welcomed the four promotion tracks and its high time they have a feel for the rest tracks from July 31,” said Fumulani.
He said he is thankful to the fans who love the Blacks for the support shown since the four tracks were released, and the feed back shows people have welcomed Kuimba 10.
The band leader says there is maturity in Kuimba 10, and people are likely to enjoy the tenth album.
Fumulani said after launching in Blantyre, The Blacks will launch Kuimba 10 in Lilongwe on August 2, 2015.
Random interviews conducted countrywide on the four promotional tracks proved difficult to determine the best as others preferred one or two over the latter, while others would opt for the opposite.
Tizingocheza track however proved the most ‘danceable’ as assessed in four shows held in Salima, Mangochi, Balaka and Blantyre, where many people would sing along.
For the group according to Anjiru, they dedicated all attention to every song in the album so as to give people the best.
“It is up for the audience to choose the best track,” said Anjiru to this blogger.
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