Kamuzu Barracks Gospel Singers on Sunday re-launched their fourth album Mulowelelepo at Boma Park in Mzuzu amid fears of rain disruption.
Mzuzu City has been experiencing torrential rains for the past seven days where several families have been displaced.
And there were fears for the show to be disrupted as it happened with Great Angels Choir on New Year Eve.
The latter launched their Mwasankha Ine album in the middle of a downpour as the venue is an open place.
On Sunday, however, Sunbird Mzuzu Hotel provided a marquee to protect patrons from the persistent rains that are clocking a week in the city.
Kamuzu Barracks Singers chairperson Ackim Msowoya concurred that the rainy weather would have affected their show if they did not prepare accordingly.
“We never expected the show to take place as normal. There were heavy rains in the morning and it was our prayer for the weather to be desirable in the afternoon. And it happened. This really shows that God is good always,” he said.
Mulowelelepo is a 11-track album which was recorded at Groove Magic by Joseph Tembo and One Heart Studio by Lloyd Phiri.
The album has already been launched in Lilongwe, Blantyre and Zomba.
Currently, the singers plan of releasing a DVD by July. “After launching the album in cities, we plan to take the album to districts.
Thereafter, we will be releasing the DVD because shooting is already underway,” said Msowoya.
The 8 member group was formed in 2002 and they have three other albums which include Bwenzi Langa, Sankha Moyenera and Zandiwolotseni. n