Black Missionaries’ keyboardist Chizondi Fumulani might as well be another of the band’s assets in leading vocals if his performance during the launch of the Kuimba 10 at Mzuzu’s Tourist Lodge on Sunday is anything to go buy.
Chizondi, brother to the band’s leader Anjiru Fumulani, thrilled many with his exquisiteness in the performance of the hit‘Mr. Bossman.’
Mr. Bossman is one of the two English songs in the band’s ten-stuffed album.
Fans broke into an extraordinary jovial mood when Chizondi took to the microphone, moving away from the keyboards – his abode.
Chizondi told Nyasa Times later after the show that he was “happy” their fans liked his performance.
He said he has always been “encouraged” by band members to take leading vocals seriously.
The album, which can also be described as full of “surprises”, is their eighth since the death of Evison Matafale – the band leader.
It also features hip-hop artist Annie Matumbi and according to Anjiru the album has sold more than 7 000 copies in a month.