Third Eye bounces back with ‘Third World Citizen’ album

Malawian born rapper and hip hop star “Third Eye” real name Mandela Mwanza has resurfaced with a bang after a short break and set to release a brand new album.

The musician who is currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa told in an interview that the Third World Citizen album is expected to be released on 6th July, 2013.

The dreadlocked musicians said after releasing a number of albums, this time around people will be the best judges of the new album contents.

He believes he is re-launching his career as it will be the first time to breakthrough into the international music market.

Third Eye performing at one of his previous shows in Malaw
Third Eye performing at one of his previous shows in Malaw

“This time I’ll let the people decide what the album is all about after sampling out the album as it is also my first international release” said Mwanza.

“The only home my soul really knows is the music I make for you. So, you feeling my music make us housemates and soul mates in short, I’m my fans’ number one fan,” he said.

Posed with a question on what other businesses he is doing in South Africa, the artist simply responded: “Music is all I do here my brother and I am not doing anything (in South Africa) else apart from creating music; I am a full time musician and that’s my only career.”

All the works for the “Third World Citizen” album have been done at Post Office Production Studios under the safe hands of Mpumi Dlamini from Swaziland.

Third Eye also currently records and runs his Soul Rebel Entertainment label.

The artist already has five albums into his credit namely, Imagine Being Jesus And Not Knowing It, Taking Kandy From A Blind Baby, The Hat-trick, Broken Verses and Kumidima.

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