By Sam Banda Jnr:
Agorosso, who was working on a new album with Zimbabwean legendary musician, Oliver Mtukudzi, said he would still release the album.
Mtukudzi died last month at the age of 66, after releasing over 60 albums.
Agorosso, said he learned a lot from Mtukudzi.
“I will cherish the special moments I had with him working on the songs. It is a unique album because I recorded it live with a band. It was my first time to do so,” Agorosso, said.
The ‘Mafafanga’ creator performed at Jacaranda Cultural Centre (JCC) in Blantyre on Thursday launching the Sounds of Malawi Acoustic sessions.
“I am looking forward to this album. Of course, I am not rushing. To bring out the best, one needs time. So, people should be patient,” he said.
JCC Director, Luc Deschamps, said the launch of Sounds of Malawi Acoustic session shows their strong intent to promote Malawian music.
“Launching Sounds of Malawi is something huge for us. We, as JCC, want to give artists a chance and this is why, inside the package, we have a performance and question-and-answer session,” Deschamps, said.
Deschamps said, having launched the session, they are targeting launching Sounds of Malawi Music Festival.
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