Seventh-Day Adventist group, In His Glory, on Saturday decorated their profile when they launched their second album Sinjira Yanga at Kanjedza Seventh- Day Adventist Church in Blantyre.
The free-launch pulled an impressive audience on the night where people experienced the best of performances with In His Glory Singing group and others showing their vocal prowess.
In His Glory, which debuted with Palibe Wina, showed on the night they are maturing with time as they entertained people with their songs.
All the performances on the night took the accapella style with the audience enjoying the best of vocals.
Some groups hide behind the sound of the instruments but, on the night, groups showed their seriousness on vocals and that most of them including the headliners put in massive rehearsals As main players on the night, In His Glory, offered six songs on their first set before dishing out another six on their second set and closed the chapter with a joint performance with Homebound group.
Some of the songs in the group’s album are not new as they are in the hymns but the group has performed them differently using their own free style.
As a group, they also showed they are serious in singing and also presentation as they dressed impressively.
Some of the songs in the 10-track album which the group could have done better in terms of its cover design include ‘Myamike Mulungu’, ‘Praise God’, ‘Angelo Akuimba’, ‘Khristu Mmanda’, and ‘Ugoneranji Mwana wa Mfumu’.
“We are excited to launch this album. We just want to call upon people to buy the album. We prepared for it and having been practising for three months,” the group’s music director James Njobvuyalema, said.
Njovuyalema said next up on their menu is another launch in Lilongwe on June 30.
“We are looking forward to performing in different areas but, for now, we can talk about Lilongwe on June 30. Our aim as a group is to preach the word of God through music and, in the new album, we are calling upon people to put God first in everything,” he said.
Other groups that performed on the night included The 3 Jews, Press On, Desire of Ages, Kabula Church Choir and Homebound.
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