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Miracle Chinga takes mother’s album launch to Lilongwe

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After successfully launching her mother’s album Esther at Comesa Hall in Blantyre last Sunday where she received an overwhelming support, Miracle Chinga makes another move and this time launching the album in Lilongwe on Sunday.

The launch will take place at Sheaffer ICA Marquee and will be spiced up by performances from among others Ethel Kamwendo Banda, Thocco Katimba, Thocco Suya and King James Phiri.

Miracle said she was ready for the launch in Lilongwe and called on people to come in large numbers and be blessed with fresh songs from her mother’s album.

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Her mother Grace Chinga, was no ordinary musician, she was a star and blessed souls with her previous successful albums which include Thandizo Langa and Ndidzaimba Nyimbo.

Esther is an album which Grace put together before her sudden death in March this year which left the nation in pain.

“There are good songs in the album and so I call upon people to buy the original copies and not pirated ones. The money we will realise during the launch and album sales will be used to further my studies and that of my brothers Steve and Israel,” Miracle said.

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Some of the songs people will sample in the 11-track album include Linga Langa, Madalitso, Ondikonda, Ndzaulula, Alikuti, Kankhira Kwakuya, Ngakhale Ndiyenda, Chikondi Chotere, Tikayenda Bwino and Tikupatsani Ulemu.

Miracle said during the launch she will perform almost all the songs in the new album as well as also dish out songs from her mother’s previous albums.

The youthful female singer has shown potential that she has what it takes to continue her mother’s musical journey although she still needs to dig deeper to hit the ceiling.

She said from Lilongwe, the launch goes to Mzuzu on September 25.

“We want everyone to be part of this launch and celebrate the music of my mother and so this is why I am saying those who loved her music let them be part of all these launches,” Miracle said.

Singer Phallys Mang’anda, who is part of the organising team, said all was set for the launch in Lilongwe.

“The support Miracle got in Blantyre was great and we hope it will also be the same in Lilongwe and Mzuzu otherwise she is ready,” Mang’anda said.

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