South Africa-based artist Gwamba has said he is looking forward to the best as he is set to drop his new album Mama Said God First next month.
The artist, who has not held his own shows in the country for some time, said yesterday the album was ready and that he would release it on September 29 2019.
“I am just waiting for September 29 2019 to drop the album, otherwise; all the work is done. All I can say is that people should get it on different platforms once it is released. I have worked very hard to put the album together and I am satisfied with all the songs,” Gwamba said.
The artist last Friday premiered a video of his song ‘Unatha’ at Sunbird Mount Soche Hotel in Blantyre where he interacted with the media.
“I am looking forward to having a media interaction as well once the album is out. I am happy with feedback since the premiere of ‘Unatha’ video which I shot in South Africa. It is a song in which I am just talking about what I am going through as a young perso. There are lots of challenges we go through but, regardless of that, we have to stay calm and avoid making wrong decisions that would put us in trouble or making bad choices that would disconnect us from God,” Gwamba said.
He also confirmed that he would be performing at the Kukaya Festival in Mzuzu later this month.
“I know it’s been sometime since I held my own show but I will be performing in Mzuzu with a full band,” Gwamba said.
The artist, who has won several awards in the country, hailed people for the support they have given him to be where he is today.
“People have been there to support me and I would like to thank them for that. All I can promise them is that I will continue giving them the best in terms of music,” Gwamba said.
The artist could not be drawn to say how many songs were in the new album.