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Blacks gear for ‘Kuimba 11’

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Reggae group Black Missionaries on Sunday performed at Village House in Blantyre where they took some time to announce to the audience that they would be working on Kuimba 11.

“As we have been announcing lately, we will be going into the studio to work on Kuimba 11. The songs are ready and we are looking forward to this challenge once again,” Anjiru Fumulani, the group’s lead vocalist, said.

He said they always take time and plan well whenever they are working on their new album.

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“We would like to thank people for the support they have given us in all our Kuimba albums. We have also received criticism and that has helped us to grow,” Anjiru said.

The Chileka-based reggae group was the last to perform at the show that went all the way to midnight as the audience did not want to let them go.

There were rains earlier on but this could not stop people from patronising the show that had them enjoying reggae vibes throughout.

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The gig, however, nearly suffered a setback when there was a power outage during the time Black Missionaries was performing.

It took some time for the venue owners to organise the generator to bring back power and this left some with no choice but to leave.

But others braved the long wait until power was restored with the generator.

“It was a good show, we thank people that, despite having rains earlier on, but they came thereafter and partied with us,” Anjiru said.

He described 2017 as a successful year.

“We thank God for keeping us healthy,” Anjiru said.

He also wished people a Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

“This, being the festive season, let’s celebrate well,” the singer said.

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