Musician Gwamba, real name Duncan Zgambo, has said that people should look out for a number of collaborations with both local and international acts in his upcoming album.
The artist, who is in Tanzania for some collaborations and returns Wednesday, said he is working on his new album.
“I am working at a very slow pace but there is progress and I am excited to take up another challenge of a new album,” Gwamba said.
The ‘Better’ musician, who recently staged a virtual concert titled ‘Sorry for Covid’, hinted that he would be dropping the album in March next year.
“So right now, I want to work on the whole project, then select leading singles, then plan the official release and launch. So, people should definitely expect big collabos but I am not revealing anything for now,” Gwamba said.
Some quarters have been speculating on social media that Gwamba is working on a collabo with Tanzania’s Diamond, who performed in the country last year during the Sand Music Festival.
But Gwamba said he was not working with Diamond.
“As I have indicated, I am not revealing anything in terms of the collaborations I am doing. This is meant to be a surprise for the people but they should just know that these are top collabos. And let me confirm that I am in Tanzania for studio sessions,” he said.
Some of the albums that Gwamba has released include Mama Said God First which has songs such ‘Akondakitale’ featuring Lawi.