After six years of silence, half-brother to late local reggae icon Evison Matafale, Toza Kapito has said he is returning to the market with his second album titled Cry II.
The album is set to be released before the Christmas season, Kapito said in an interview last Monday.
Toza announced earlier this year that the new album would be out by end of March 2013.
“Cry II was supposed to be out by now, but there were some challenges that disturbed my programme. I have solved them and I am doing final touches. I want the songs to entertain the public during the festive season,” he said.
Meanwhile, Toza, who used the name Toza Evison Mona when he released his debut album Cry I, says he is changing his name again to Toza Matafale Mona.
However, it is still questionable why the change when Toza claims he does not strive to be like the fallen reggae maestro Matafale.
But Cry I has lyrics similar to Matafale’s and during live shows with Black Missionaries, Toza prefers to perform his brother’s songs.