Ready to be served, will ‘Kuimba 11’ shine?


Reggae group Black Missionaries said Thursday that their Kuimba 11 is ready for sampling.

The group’s lead vocalist, Anjiru Fumulani, said they have enjoyed working on the 11-track album with producer Amos Mlolowa.

“We have worked very hard and we thank God that, despite power shortages, everything went well. It’s an all-reggae album,” Anjiru said.


Meanwhile, Black Missionaries have announced that they will release four promotional singles today. The singles are ‘Zofuna Mtima Wanga’, ‘ Umboni’, ‘Special Lover’, and ‘Mbusa’.

He also revealed that they will launch the album on June 29 at Comesa Hall in Blantyre, Lilongwe Golf Club on July 1 and Mzuzu month end of July.

It is a stern test for the group as people are expecting the best.


Since the death of Evison Matafale in 2001, an artists who won the hearts of many with his compositions, and Musamude Fumulani, Black Missionaries has continued the mission of releasing Kuimba albums.

“We have maintained the message of love, peace and harmony, giving hope to mankind,” Anjiru said.

When the group released Kuimba 10, they received heavy criticism, with some saying the songs were shallow, only for the album to pick up later.

In a related development, Anthony Mr Cool Makondetsa said power shortages affected him greatly; hence, delaying the release of his album.

The musician was supposed to be the first to launch his album before Black Missionaries.

“I have finished everything now but I am mixing. Power shortages delayed me. I will come out with more details later,” Makondetsa said.

Anjiru said they, as brothers, will discuss issues such as who launches first.

Another Chileka sibling, Khonzie Masimbe, is also finalising his album Utatu Woyera.

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