By Sam Banda Jnr:
Musician and dancer Wendy Harawa is in South Africa where she is recording more songs as she plays to drop her debut gospel album since she turned born again.
Wendy has since released her second song titled ‘Mbusa Wanga’, which was produced by Ralph and mixed and mastered at Thato.
The singer, who has been in secular music for years, said Monday she was working hard to make sure that she finishes the album on time.
“This is my second song and two more will be released which is part of a promotion and giving people a taste of the album that I will be launching in April 2019,” Wendy said.
Having been involved more in promoting fellow artists and managing them, Wendy said she wants to concentrate on her music this year as well as ministering the word of God through music.
She said, although she has made progress on the album, she is yet to give it the title.
“I have not titled it until I finish the last three songs which I am recording in South Africa at Major 1 Records. But four songs were done in Malawi and I just mixed and mastered them in South Africa,” Wendy said.
She also said she is recording some of the songs at Lawi’s studio.
Wendy’s previous albums include Noah Kusowa, Hero, Africa and Nalliah.
Her turning born again to sing gospel music, saw her join other acts such as Gwamba, Onesimus and Haxi Momba.
Soon after announcing her turning born again, Wendy dropped her first song titled ‘Mundisunge Ndinu’.
She has also done gospel songs such as ‘Chisomo’, which she collaborated with Lulu and Nigerian artist Jimmy D Psalmist.
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