Reggae group Black Missionaries better known as Blacks alongside Anthony Mr Cool Makondetsa return to the stage with three shows this weekend.
The group has been on a break due to Covid.
But with cases going down, the group’s leader Anjiru Fumulani said Thursday that they have decided to come back.
“We are mindful that we still have Covid; so, we will observe all the Covid measures. We just want to call upon people to make sure that they put on masks when making their way into venues,” Anjiru said.
Having released four singles recently namely ‘Praise’, ‘Ndikanapanda’, ‘Za Mdziko’ and ‘Timponye’ and two music videos, Anjiru said the shows are also part of promoting the songs as they are also gearing to release Kuimba 12 later this year.
“We are getting positive feedback since we released the four singles and two music videos. So, we thought we should give people a treat with live performances as regards the songs. We have been practising and we are looking forward to the best,” he said.
The music videos they dropped are ‘Ndikanapanda’ and ‘Praise’, a track that keyboardist Chizondi Fumulani led in.
The shows start tonight at Shakazulu Club, formerly Vibes, in Zomba before dating Club 24/7 in Blantyre tomorrow and then Village House in Blantyre on Sunday.
The other Chileka siblings performing at the three concerts are Khozie Masimbe, Yanjanani Chumbu and Moda Fumulani.