His latest release, which hit the airwaves last Friday, has already become one of the hottest hits on South African radio stations and enjoys continued airplay in the streets of Hillbrow, Berea and Yeoville, which are populated with Zimbabweans.
“I will always preach social responsibility through music,” said Ndoda. “My latest offering offers better ways of accepting one another as human beings in different societies despite tribal or racial backgrounds. I sing to unite and keep societies in a happy mood. I am happy that this latest album is already receiving a big welcome. It encourages you, as an artist, to keep working hard.”
Ndoda also mentioned that he would continue to raise high the country’s flag in foreign lands.
“”Whatever I am doing as a musician is for my country,” he said. “It makes me feel a complete man to preach and showcase our country’s lifestyle through music.”
Born and bred in Plumtree, Allen now lives in Johannesburg, where he has instilled a strong level of pride and inspiration in the growing population of young Zimbabweans.
He arrived in South Africa in 1996 and released three solo albums, which sold more than 12,000 copies.
He then went on to start his own band in 2000 – Allen Ndoda and The Challengers. He was lead vocalist and guitarist.
To date, Allen has released 11 albums on his Waya-Waya label. He also shares the Kujupita label with renowned guitarist Madala Boy.
Ndoda has also shared the stage with big names in the South African music industry, including Liquideep, Big Nuz and Rhythmic Elements.Post published in: Entertainment