It just seems the ‘people’s choir’, Great Angels has conquered all venues in Blantyre to launch its Mwasankha Ine DVD at Kamuzu Stadium on November 1.
The choir’s director William Zonda told The Nation that the decision to launch the album at the stadium comes due to huge patronage the Lilongwe-based group commands.
“The last time we launched our album at Robin’s Park [in Blantyre], the venue was filled beyond capacity. In fact, more people were outside than inside the venue.
“So, our fans have asked us to find a bigger venue. And that is why we have settled for Kamuzu Stadium,” said Zonda.
Mwasankha Ine is the choir’s fourth album, coming after Mundifungatire, Gwireni Dzanja and Ndiyende Bwanji.
It was first launched in March as an audio album.
But this time they want to launch its DVD which has been shot by John Nguluwe’s Positive Arts.
The album has songs such as Msalole Mulungu, Tadikira and Samadziwa Kanthu which are enjoying massive airplay.
Zonda said the album will be launched earlier in Mzuzu on October 25 and in Lilongwe on November 8.
“We expect to have South African musician Lundi. But we are still in discussion with him,” said Zonda.