Willom’s contract also sees him coming out of early retirement to record a new album, Manifesto. The CD is due for release towards the end of this month.
The lead track, Ndewangu (Ndoni Yamanzi), featuring South African star Speedy of Bongomuffin, comes out as a single shortly.
The Ndinoda Wangu hitmaker believes his new contract will give him the opportunity to “put Zimbabwe on the international map”.
Willom had surprised fans by leaving the industry, paving the way for his son to step into his shoes.
The dreadlocked singer hogged the limelight with a series of hit singles, including Ndinoda Wangu and Nyoka iNyoka before forming a partnership with Dino Mudondo, with whom he also released a string of hits.Post published in: Entertainment