Great Angels Choir continues to break new ground after packing the gigantic Sheaffer ICA Marquee in Malawiâ€™s capital, Lilongwe, to the seams early this month.
According to choir leader Ephraim Zonda, the gospel group of the moment will return to Comesa Hall in the commercial city, Blantyre, on September 23 and head for Katoto Secondary School in the northern Malawi city of Mzuzu a week later.
The angels from Lilongwe were last at Comesa during the launch of their Ndiyende Bwanji album on 2 April. This time they date the venue to re-launch the video edition of the release which, according to Zonda, has sold at least 20 000 DVDs and 4 000 CDs.
â€œWe feel blessed that the new release is among the top-selling video works in the country. We want to celebrate this feat with our fans. So expect a well-choreographed moment of fun, praise and worship when we unveil Ndiyende Bwanji videos in Blantyre and Mzuzu later this month,â€ said Zonda.
The choir came into the limelight with the 2008 hit album Gwireni Dzanja which encompasses the household anthem Payine Ndekha Sindingathe.