After five years of silence in the gospel industry the Chilengwedwe hit-maker, Ian Monjeza is back with a new album Adzabweranso set for launch on Sunday at Comesa Hall in Blantyre.
The budding artist who, released his first album in the year 2008, says he feels it is time again to bounce back and preach the gospel as there is need to tell both believers and non-believers to stick with God.
“I never stopped doing music, but I had things that I wanted to clear. All is done now and I am now in the industry to stay. I have always had the passion and love for music. I cannot manage to stand on the podium and preach, but I have the passion to spread the word of God it is then why I choose to spread the gospel through music,” explained Monjeza.
Speaking about the launch, Monjeza says people should expect the best of performance from him and all is set and practices are still underway in preparation for the show.
“It shall be an experience like no other for I will use a live band to give people a real touch of music. I understand that music is an art that is why I want patrons to experience the best performance from me with a live band. I therefore urge people to come in large numbers and have a great time,” he says.
The event will be spiced by Mozambiqian acapella group Philadelphia, Dave Chiwaya, Randy, Dave Nselebo Banda, Sparrows, The Mixed Voices and We Are One.