Reggae group Black Missionaries has hinted that they are planning to release a special commemorative album this year apart from its usual Kuimba collections.
The reggae group told The Daily Times recently that they would be celebrating their 20th anniversary this year and that they were planning a number of activities.
Blacks’ Manager, Ray Harawa, said on Friday that after being in existence for 20 years, the group wants to thank its fans by giving them new songs made specifically for the anniversary.
Black Missionaries on Friday performed at Davido Lounge in Mangochi in a fundraising show.
“This is a big year for us as a band. We have been in existence for two decades and we have been supported in all these years. So we are planning something big to thank our fans,” he said.
Harawa revealed that Black Missionaries will in the new album feature some international and local artists.
The group which was formed by the late Evison Matafale has since also said that it will hold a number of concerts across the country.