Malawi’s leading choral grouping, Great Angels has resurfaced on the scene with a launch tour of music videos of its best-selling album Mwasankha Ine.
Mwasankha Ine became a record-breaking album in Great Angels’ history after more than 100,000 copies were sold during its launch on January 1st, 2015 at Sheaffer ICA Marque in Lilongwe.
And the grouping has released a 10-track DVD of the album which is set to be officially let out to the public through a series of performances during the festive season, starting this coming weekend.
According to Great Angels’ Music Director William Zonda, the Mwasankha Ine DVD launch tour will start in Blantyre on Sunday 6th December, 2015 at BAT Ground before moving on to Lilongwe on 25th December at Sheaffer Gardens Sheaffer ICA Marque.
“The fun is expected to switch to the eastern region on 27th December with a performance at Balaka Mlambe Motel before a final show for our Mzuzu-based fans on 1st January, 2016 at Mzuzu Boma Park,” explained Zonda.
The DVD has been produced by John Nguluwe of Positive Arts Company with the videos shot in various sceneries across the country.
“It has taken us almost eight months shooting the videos. We have done some of the shootings in Machinga district at Chikala Hills, Salima, Blantyre and Lilongwe among other places,” he added.
The launch tour is will be characterized by Jai Banda’s mobile stage and expansive international-standard equipment with performances from former Parliamentarian, Billy Kaunda, Mlaka Maliro, Grace Chinga,
Limbani Simenti, Marvelous Deeds, King James Phiri, Evance Meleka, Peter Mulangeni, Steve Muliya, Violet Tengani, Donnex Muva, Mau K, Martha Kasambara, Martha Nthakomwa and many others.
Mwasankha Ine CD was recorded by former Parliamentarian, Joseph Tembo at Groove Magic Studio and has so far sold over 135,000 copies. The album contains songs like Tadikira, Samadziwa Kanthu and Akuyimilira ndani.
Great Angels is one of the leading choirs in the country with best-selling albums such as Ndiyende
Bwanji, Mundifungatile and Gwireni Dzanja, which contains a popular song Paine Ndekha Sindingathe.
“We expect people to come in large numbers to support us because they are the ones who dubbed us the people’s choir, meaning Great Angels belongs to them and without them there’s no Great Angels”.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :