After staying out of the limelight for someone, gospel singer Brenda Chombo Banda has returned with a new album Favour.
Brenda admitted yesterday that she has not been active.
“I have been silent and that is true but that is because I was busy doing pastoral work in different districts, I was in Chikwawa for over four years, then moved to Ntcheu for another two and half years and now I am back in Blantyre,” the singer said.
She said her Favour album was ready and that she will be launching it on June 2 2018 at Sunbird Mount Soche in Blantyre.
“For those who have followed my music, this is my fifth album so it has been a long journey but I am happy that all the other albums did well on the market. In this album, I have not changed my style but what I have done is to put in worship songs,” Brenda said.
He said Favour has a variety of taste in that he has recorded it with three engineers.
“I will be doing my shows differently now. The launch at Sunbird Mount Soche will only have two supporting acts and these are Patience Namadingo and Eliza Mponya,” she said.
Brenda also said she has managed to work on music videos for some of the songs.
Favour is a 12-track album and some of the songs are ‘Kulandira’, ‘Faithful’, ‘Mundilengere Mtima’, ‘Heal Me Oh Lord’ and ‘Inenso ndi Munthu’.
In the song ‘Inenso ndi Munthu’, Brenda has added her voice in fighting for the rights of people living with albinism.
Brenda’s previous albums are Shalom, Moriah, Sankha Yesu and Come Worship
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