By Imam Wali:
Musician Phyzix, real name Noel Chikoleka, has said all is set for the launch of his long awaited album Solid at Zingwangwa Secondary School Ground in Blantyre on Saturday.
Despite being the launch of his album, the event has been dubbed Ghetto Festival.
The ‘Cholapitsa’ hit maker Tuesday described the album as one of a kind.
The album has 11 songs which includes ‘Yeye’, ‘Ghetto Gospel’, ‘Lele’, ‘Captain Flex’, ‘It’s Complicated’, ‘Si Misala’, ‘Mistake’ and ‘Funny Money’.
Phyzix said the album has trap, traditional and dance music as a way of accommodating everyone.
“It’s a three-dimension album. It carries various topics for the mind and soul. There is always hope at the end of the tunnel. In it you will also find love messages” he said.
He said he was concentrating on albums because he believes singles limit artists as far as expressing themselves is concerned.
Phyzix said the show will bring on stage several artists both established and up and coming artists.
The artist also said there would be netball and football matches before the show.
“This is a show where up and coming artists will have the opportunity to showcase their talents and the lucky ones will be accorded an opportunity of a recording deal, a collaboration with myself and any artist of their choice,” the artist said.
The other well-known acts performing at the show are Gwamba, Dali, Blak Jak, GD and Crispy Malawi.
He said he has signed five up and coming artists whose names would be revealed during the show.
Some of the producers who worked with Phyzix on the album are Tricky Beats, BFB, Dare Devils and Janta.
The artist said the album would be available on all on-line marketing platforms.
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