Black Missionaries fans need to wait a little longer before they are served with Kuimba 11 album.
This follows the revelation by the Chileka based reggae band that they will not release a new album this year as expected by their followers.
Band leading vocalist and front man Anjiru Fumulani confirmed the development in an exclusive interview with Nyasa Times .
“I can confirm to you that we are not releasing an album this year. Its a deliberate move; we are just taking our time so that when bouncing back with the new project, we come with a bang,” said
“We want to give our fans a complete and matured project” he added.
During the interview, Fumulani confessed that the other reason is to pave way for their brother Anthony Makondetsa who is working on his project new project.
“Our brother Anthony is working on his new project so we thought it wise to give him a chance to do the recording and we give him all the much needed support,” Fumulani said.
The Black Missionaries recorded their last album Kuimba 10 in 2015 which was received with mixed reaction.
The band was founded by legendary musician Evison Matafale who died under mysterious circumstances while in police custody in 2001.
The band also suffered another great loss in September 2007 when it lost another member Musamude Fumulani who was the band leader after the death of Matafale.
Each and every year, the band holds a memorial show in honour of Matafale who until today is regarded as Malawi’s King of Reggae.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :