Chileka-based reggae group Black Missionaries on Monday released four singles from their upcoming Kuimba 12 album.
The four promotional singles are Ndikanapanda, Praise, Za Dziko Lapansi and Timponye.
The singles precede the official release of their album which has been tentatively slated for November or December, according to the group’s leader Anjiru Fumulani.
The songs have seen the two Fumulani siblings Anjiru and Chizondi alternating on the vocals as per tradition.
They have enjoyed the support of seasoned guitarist Erik Paliani who manned the lead guitar, Mcdonald Chimkango on backing vocals and Peter Amidu on the bass guitar.
Amos Mulolowa was tasked with the production of the album at his Active A Studios in Blantyre.
Fumulani said the release of the four singles follows three years of working and refining their new production.
“It has been a long time since we last released new music. We are glad that we are getting closer to the release of our Kuimba 12 album,” he said.
The release of the four singles will coincide with the release of two music videos Praise and Ndikanapanda.