Edgar ndi Davis Band features Piksy in new song
Edgar ndi Davis Band ,which is led by Davis Njobvu and Edgar Kachere, has recorded a new track titled ‘Abiti Mane’ in which they have collaborated with Piksy.
Njobvu said Wednesday that the album is part of Edgar ndi Davis Band’s new album.
Apart from ‘Abiti Mane’, Edgar ndi Davis have also created another song titled ‘Batchala’.
“We have ‘Abiti Mane’ and it has been an exciting time working on this track with Piksy and we hope people will love it,” Njobvu said.
Piksy, who has worked with several artists in terms of collaborations, said his linking up with Edgar ndi Davis tells him that he has matured as a musician.
“It tells me that my music appeals to the matured audience too. It was great working with them. I have so much respect for Edgar ndi Davis Band. I was humbled to be called to do a collabo with them,” Piksy said.
Njobvu said they were looking forward to do more collaborations but he was quick to say that this will depend on the availability of people.
“Recording in these Covid times is not easy,” Njobvu said.
The track ‘Abiti Mane’ produced by OBK Chitheka comes following the release of their other song ‘Malawi Anakonza’ last year which was produced by Anko Layi.
“We are still finalising some of the songs but we are now also recording with OBK. We will decide whether to release the songs in one album or we release separate albums,” Njobvu said.
He said with Anko Layi they did almost the entire album.
“We did about 12 songs and these will be more acoustic whereas with OBK we will concentrate on dance music,” Njobvu said.
The last time Edgar ndi Davis released a new album was in 2013.
Some of the albums Edgar ndi Davis Band has released include ‘Wazelezeka’, ‘Mwachitabwino Mwabwera’, ‘Dzubwera Mochedwa’ and ‘Energy Saver’.
Njobvu then called on people to be patient with them on the album.
“We know we promised to give them new music but times are tough. Sadly, we have lost some of our precious fans and friends like Richie Chakhame, Paul Msoma, Gilford Chipyola and a few others. We will honour our friends by making good music. The band lives on,” he said.