“We are very happy with the way we have been received by fans and radio stations in Zimbabwe, South Africa and overseas,” said group publicist, Caroline Ncube, adding that they had switched studios.
“The support has been phenomenal and attendance at our shows impressive. We have decided to thank our fans with another improved release, hence our change of studios for a bigger establishment that will show our growth in the industry.”
The new album, to be titled “Ngenzintando kaBaba” (I am following my fathers’ will), has 13 tracks.
“We have already recorded some of the songs and will be finishing next week. The album will be launched in Johannesburg on November 2, where we will also give away the video for free, alongside a number of other gifts as a thank you to our fans for their support,” said Ncube.
Songs to look forward to in the new album include EGolgotha, Ngenzintando kaBaba, Jehovah Malusi Wami, Nkosi Yami, Nosithwala and Kheth’u Jesu.Post published in: Entertainment