Blacks to release ‘Kuimba 10′ in July

After a long wait, Malawi’s leading  gospel outfit the Black Missionaries have finally announced that the much awaiting Kuimba 10 album will finally be released in July 2015.

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While confirming the development, the band front man Anjiru Fumulani said they had to take time in releasing the new album as they needed to prepare well to dish out the best production to their fans.

“We took time because we had to prepare well but I am assuring our fans that they should expect some good stuff in Kuimba 10.” said Fumulani.

Fumulani believes the new album carries a good message and that it will be one of the best ever Kuimba productions.

But he said Malawians will be the best judges once they listen to some of the songs in the new album.

According to Fumulani, some of the singles will hit the airwaves on 18th May, 2015.

“The album carries a good message but I cannot say much; let us just wait for May 18th for Malawians to judge” he said.

He also thanked Malawians for the wonderful and tireless support they have offered to the band since their founder late Evison Matafale died.

“We are where we are today because of our fans and I would like to ask them to continue supporting us and we will make sure that we always give out the best” said Fumulani.

Some of the songs expected to hit the airwaves on 18th May include Mwankana and Sindingakwanitse.

Sindingakwanitse, a love song talk of a person who is deeply in love and tells a partner that he can’t live without the partner while Mwankana is a gospel track reminding people that all the challenges the world is facing today is because people have rejected Jesus Christ.

The album will be launched in Blantyre in July before touring Lilongwe and finally in Mzuzu in September.

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17 thoughts on “Blacks to release ‘Kuimba 10′ in July”

  1. Nsena says:

    R they gospel outfit or raggae onez?…cnt wait 2 dis massive album

  2. GT says:

    Aliposo winaaaaaaaa!!! oposa ma blacks!! ine nd mablacks ndmpakampaka! OODII UKOOOO MA BLACKS ADUTSEKOOOO!!

  3. Harry says:

    Mumakwan keep de fire burning!!!!!

  4. Arthur wa symon chikaiko says:

    Ndi mablacks reggae ndi yotheka pa Nyasaland

  5. cage mndala says:

    Hey man !! Can’t wait !! I love live music chimake akhale ma blacks ndiye kananji !!!!

  6. [email protected] says:

    u r welcom ma blax

  7. matthews says:


  8. nanaphiri says:

    mablaks ndi dhilu man palibenso mumatha

  9. Mr cool says:

    Wow that’s wat we have been waiting. Big up Blacks. We love u guys

  10. majonanga says:

    Samatha athu awa siii reggae iyi fotseki!!!

  11. Mbanangwa says:

    Looking forward to that!

  12. arkmm says:

    to me, I’m not impressed with this band. it sings one song all along. I wonder if they are “continuing” where matafale left or they have developed their own style (khunju reggae ya Robert fumulani). to me, their style isn’t real reggae. to me, gift fumulani and musamude were real reggae masters, so talented. even English songs za musamude zinali bwino kwambiri. to me, I never enjoy this this band’s songs anymore

  13. JB says:

    ….of course there will be at least one song sounding like ‘Dalo’. These guys are just swimming in the fame made by their predecessors, otherwise there is not much (if at all any) improvement.

  14. Wakumudzi says:

    Exactly we love u guys malawian knows reggae just because u ma blacks .

  15. sain it like it is says:

    do the black missionaries realy have anything more to offer…am sure we all know that their new album will sound like the left overs of kuimba 1 or 2..and we could even bet a few renditions of the late fumulani


    Ma Blacks we love you guys kept up REGGAE ikutheka pa NYASALAND just bcoz U GUYZ BUT we need LIVE DVD please please DVD yanu tikuyinu koopsa.

  17. James says:

    its unfortunate that reggae is painted as Gospel

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