Blantyre-based singer Hannah Kadam’manja takes to the stage tomorrow evening to launch her album titled Anandimenyera Nkhondo at Golden Peacock in Blantyre.
The youthful artist, who is choir mistress for Michiru CCAP Church in Blantyre, will be launching the album in a corporate fashion that will see people coughing more at the gates.
She has over the years made headway including flying the country’s flag on the international platform through Daughters of Africa and it was not an easy feat for her to triumph and star for Daughters of Africa as she had to undergo a number of auditions.
And having achieved greater success with Daughters of Africa, Hannah wants to build on this and propel her music career and tomorrow marks the beginning of this journey.
“I am ready. It’s been rehearsals after rehearsals and spending sleepless nights to offer the best and I can only say let people come and be ministered to,” Hannah said.
The 10-track album has songs such as ‘Analira’, ‘Sanandisiye’, ‘Chimwemwe’, ‘Mikwingwirima’, ‘Mundikhulukire’, ‘My Desire’, ‘How Great Thou Art’ and Titemwanenge’.
She said most of the songs in the album recorded in Blantyre were written under the great light of God’s deliverance.
Ahead of the launch, Hannah dropped ‘Mikwingwirima’ and a music video for the track ‘Analira’, which was for Easter.
The launch will see her sharing the stage with Joyful Souls. She is also set to launch the album in Lilongwe and then Blantyre again.