Despite having a pile of challenges on their desk, Great Angels group has ignored everything to bail out fellow artist Peter Uyu Mlangeni to release his new album.
When he broke the news, Mlangeni disclosed that the group gave him K50 000 (about $300) to help in recording his music.
“I can confirm to you that I have received K50 000 cash from Great Angels. I started recording my music last week. I am very thankful to the group for helping me at a time when I was helpless. I think we all need to emulate this example to ensure fellow artists are not struggling,” said Mlangeni.
He has been struggling to release his fourth album since last year. In December, he asked well-wishers for support. Since January, the artist has only managed to release one song.
One of the members of Great Angels Ephraim Zonda said his group believes in sharing the little they have and helping those in need.
“Great Angels believes in helping others and when we saw that a fellow artist was struggling, we decided to help him. Mlangeni is one of the top artists and we hope everything goes well with him,” said Zonda.
Mlangeni of the Wandikweza hit, says the yet-to-be named album is being recorded by Joseph Tembo. It has 11 tracks, one of which is a dedication to his first born son, Trinity.
He said the whole album is about praises to God on what He has been doing in his life and the power of human kindness.
Hot tracks in the album include Ndi Chisomo and Wandilephera.