By Sam Banda Jnr:
Call her new Wendy. Wendy Harawa gets down to the business of gospel music tomorrow night when she comes out to launch her debut gospel album Mundisunge Ndinu at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe tonight.
It is such a special moment for the singer and dancer as she launches her gospel music career, having shifted goal posts from secular.
“It means so much to me to launch this album because it is the beginning of greater things and the way to my destiny and purpose on earth,” she said.
Wendy will share the stage with Nigeria’s Jimmy D Psalmist, who collaborated with Wendy in the song ‘Chisomo’, which is also part of the album.
Other artists expected to light the long awaited launch include The Great Angels Choir, Patience Namadingo and Onesimus, who is based in South Africa. Onesimus and Jimmy D Psalmist were expected to jet into the country ahead of the concert Thursday.
Looking back to the albums she has produced, Wendy rated them highly.
“But this album is different because it is coming from new Wendy,” she said.
Signed by Major 1 Records of Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, which recently signed veteran gospel musician George Mkandawire, Wendy’s album has 10 songs recorded at Major 1 Records and Ralph Records but mixed and mastered at New Movement in South Africa.
Her launch comes barely two weeks after Wendy won an award for the track ‘Chisomo’ in Kenya during the grand finale of the Maranatha Global Worship Music Awards.
Wendy has dropped some of the songs in the album on market. Some of the songs in the album include ‘Mbusa Wanga’, ‘Hossana’ and ‘Awesome God’.
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