Charles Sinetre to launch 7th album Malawi Googler: Paul Banda to support launch

Charles Sinetre will be launching his seventh music album Malawi Googler on May 25.

Adopted  from the online search engine Google, the album searches for the role of the Internet in Malawi’s quest for development.

The  Amadikira hit maker  will launch the album on May 25 at the Blantyre Cultural Centre and on May 26 at Lilongwe Golf Club. On May 24, he will perform at Zembani Lodge in Balaka.

“I will launch this album with the support of Alleluya Band and Paul Banda who are celebrating 50th anniversary respectively,” said Sinetre, who is also Musician Association of Malawi (Mam) Eastern region chapter chairman.

Sinetre; Malawi Googler
Sinetre; Malawi Googler

The Balaka based artist said “the quality in the album is beyond what has been appreciated in my previous albums.”

He said the songs are different genres and the messages are diverse.

Sinetre said he has engaged veteran instrumentalists like Ernest Ikwanga, Peter Likhomo, Coss Chiwalo, Adam Douglas and Paul Subiri.

The last time Sinetre produced an album was in 2003 titled Saulo.

He said the album has been recorded at Ralph Records in Blantyre, Nyimbo Music in Lilongwe and Alleluya Studios in Balaka.

“I have collaborated with Dan Lu as we promised our fans last year when we performed together. The song is titled ‘Timadziwana,’ he said.

Some of the songs Malawians are expected to sample in the album include Gunya Sasenda which is the title track, Ena Akuseka,  Visa and Unalakwa.

The creator of the hit ‘Chidiso Muntolomo’ said in the latest album he has also reworked on two old songs ‘Kapena Lina,’ and ‘Never Throw a stone,’ from Timasilira album.

Paul Banda: To perform
Paul Banda: To perform

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