Musician Dave Kampala of the ‘Alandira’ fame has returned to the fold after a long break and is determined to drop more songs this year.
Kampala who has been in music for close to 21 years, said Thursday he was happy to make a comeback with new songs.
“This is the year I am looking forward to putting on the market more new songs. I am not targeting an album but just songs,” he said.
With albums such as Mwatayilira and Nkhululu ya Tcheru, Kampala admitted that he has not been active since he left for Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on peace-keeping mission.
“Music is something I love and will continue to practise it,” he said.
The musician, who was voted Best Guitarist in 2001 during the Malawi Gin Music competition and Kuchekuche Music Awards in 2003, has since released a single titled ‘Imvani Kulira Kwanga’.
“The song is on the market and playing in different radio stations. I will have other songs coming out next month,” he said.
He said it has been a long journey for him but was looking forward to more success stories in terms of releasing quality songs.
“We, as musicians, should not rush, let us look at quality and not quantity,” the ‘Chosamva’ creator said.