Chileka reggae group Black Missionaries on Saturday took time off their holiday to entertain at the Mkango Lodge in Malawi’s commercial city, Blantyre.
It was a fun-filled night at the Chileka Roundabout joint as the band dished out the vibes.
With Anthony Makondetsa giving out songs from his upcoming album, Fuko Lokondedwa, slated for a March launch, much of the show was packed with a deja-vu of the band’s act.
On show, as well, was Moda Fumulani and Yanjanani Chumbu.
When he took centre stage, the band leader Anjiru Fumulani dished out the songs spanning over a decade. He also did freestyles of songs from Kuimba 9, a follow up to Kuimba 8, released in 2010.
Malawi music lovers await with expectation the Blacks seventh album since their mentor Evison Matafale died in police custody in 2001.
The anticipation is: Will the band live up to the standard set out by Matafale or spiral downwards?
“People should just wait and see. They will judge,” said Anjiru.