Blantyre-based gospel singer Hannah Kadam’manja, who is arguably one of the most gifted vocalists, has lost out over the years in terms of progress in her music career.
And, having represented the country at the Daughters Africa arena, she failed to build on this success.
But she is out to rebuild her career and show that she has what it takes to excel in the industry.
Hannah has already made a landmark move that will see her launch her debut album titled Anandimenyera Nkhondo at Golden Peacock in Blantyre on May 22.
Hannah said she is 100 percent ready for the launch and that she wants to reach out to all people with her music.
Her launch, which will be followed by other shows, has seen her targeting the corporate world which she said is sidelined in most cases.
“We have an audience that loves music but it needs descent venues and descent shows. It’s like going to a football match and playing for the people in the opening stands only without considering the VIP section,” she said.
Hannah has been on the move reaching out to all the corners to market the launch, which will see people coughing more on entry since it also has dinner to the package.
Her album Anandimenyera Nkhondo has 10 songs and they include ‘Analinane’, ‘Sanandisiye’, ‘Chimwemwe’, ‘Mikwingwirima’ and ‘Mundikhululukire’.
The album was produced at Melodix Studios by AB Malinga in Manyowe, Blantyre.
The launch at Golden Peacock in Blantyre will see the youthful gospel singer share the stage with Joyful Souls.
From Blantyre, Hannah takes her album launch to Bingu International Convention Centre in Lilongwe on May 29. She will follow this up with concerts at Comesa Hall in Blantyre and Robin’s Park in Zomba.