Black missionaries to launch Kuimba 11

Malawi celebrated reggae power house the Black missionaries will launch Kuimba 11 on June 29 at Robins Park in Blantyre and July 1 at Lilongwe Golf Club.

The launch follows the release of four songs from the new album by the reggae outfit with songs such as ‘Special love’ and ‘M’busa’ already enjoying massive play on several radio stations.

Band leader Anjiru Fumulani said in an interview that the preparations are in final stages and that fans should expect fireworks.

There reservations from some quarters about the quality of songs in the new album with some saying the band lost its touch.

But Fumulani is upbeat that people will get to enjoy the songs through the live performance and that they are also getting good responses from some sections.

“We have received positive comments from people across the country about our latest studio work. accusing them of losing touch. We maintained our style and fans will enjoy the songs with time,” Fumulani said.

Brian Selemani is a die-hard fan for the Blacks and said he is impressed by the singles that have been released such Zofuna za mtima wanga, which is enjoying air play in most radio stations.

Another fan Benjamin Wonondo said the four songs are good and is eager to listen to the rest of the album songs.

Among those to perform at the launch are Antony Makondetsa, Lucius Banda and Zembani Band   Dan Lu and many more.

The album has been produced by Amos Mulowa at Active Studio in Ndirande.

According to Fumulani their latest album is all about giving hope to human kind.