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Star Marley returns with ‘Dziko Lapansi’

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After years of hibernation, seasoned musician Star Marley, brother to Hii- Hoo star late Vic Marley, has come out of his cocoon with a new project titled Dziko Lapansi.

Star Marley said Wednesday that Dziko Lapansi, a 14-track collection of reggae and reggae-dancehall, will be released next month.

The artist said he has worked with both budding and established musicians on the new project.

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“It has been long for sure and people have been asking about my whereabouts and some felt I am no longer in music. But here I am and I know many people have been gasping for Hii-Hoo-Haa Massive,” he said.

The Blantyre-based musician, famed for the track ‘Njenjenje’, said the album is strictly reggae and reggae-dancehall.

He added that the message in the album is all tied to positivity, with the pillars of oneness, love and Godly-kind.

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“I always say Star Marley will never change, come rain or sunshine, hence my music will always remain positive, and people should watch the space for more mature creations as well as more energy in my works,” the Machinjiri-based artist said.

Asked about where he has been all this time, Star Marley said he has been on the ground, only that he was taking his time.

“Good things take time. To me, music is a journey and not a competition and I feel this is the right time to come out and give people new songs. There is nothing to rush about as if someone is chasing me,” he said.

The album has songs such as ‘Why’ which has seen him collaborating with veteran reggae musician Lambanie Dube and ‘New year’ featuring Tatra Tee.

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