Singer Kaka to launch new album titled ‘Matolatola’.

Former Zembani Band talented keybodist Kanthu Kalinda popularly known as ‘Kaka’ is expected to launch his brand new album titled Matolatola.


The 12 track album will be launched at the M1 Centre Point in the capital Lilongwe on Sunday 23rd October 2016.

According to Kaka, there is great improvement in his new project comparing to his previous two albums and hopes it will come with a

“There is great improvement in this brand new album comparing to my previous albums as I have gained so much experience. To those who love
Kaka, this is the most improved project and they should expect big things” said the artist in an interview with Nyasa Times.

“It is a big launch and I am very serious with it; even if you look at the big names of musicians lined up to perform at my launch, it speaks alot of volumes on what peiple should expect on the day” he said.

He therefore called upon all his fans to flock to M1 Centre Point to experience what they have never experience before.

The musician previously released two albums namely Chosadziwa and Athawa Yekha but failed to make a break through on the music market.

The albums comprised of few popular tracks including Umakonda Masewera Judi, Ine Ndi Bwana and Cell Phone.

Some of the songs in his new album, include Akumandichita Bizinesi, Nkhanza za Amai, Siine Watsoka, Office and Aphodo a track he has
featured the ‘Na Lero’ star Nepman.

He has also included a tribute to himself following his involvement in a fatal motor accident that nearly claimed his life inMponela, Dowa last year.

Kaka survived the accident with a broken leg and spent several months in hospital before he recovered.

After being discharged from hospital, he dumped Zembani Band to join Skeffa Chimoto’s Lilongwe based Real Sounds Band.

Some of the big names to perform at Kaka’s launch this Sunday include Lulu, Paul Banda, Skeffa Chimoto and Nepman among others.

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