- By Chris Loka:
Lilongwe based gospel music makers, Heaven Ambassador’s Kids have announced to re-launch both the CD and DVD of its Ndayalura album at Robins Park in Blantyre on 1 January 2022.
The move comes three months after successfully launching the album in Lilongwe on 15 October this year.
Heaven Ambassador’s Kids comprise of Praise, Patience, Peace and Rachael Phiri all from the same family and are based in area 24, Lilongwe.
Praise Phiri disclosed that apart from celebrating the new year, the move is necessitated by the need to also give a chance to fans to enjoy live perfomances of their new songs that have been compiled in the album.
Phiri pledged nothing but massive show characterized with rich spiritual messages and he is optimistic that people from Blantyre will not regret.
“We are celebrating the dawn of 2022 and at the same time we are presenting this gift to our fans in Blantyre. It is going to be an exciting event because we also have a cream of musicians who are going to spice up this milestone in our music career.
“This album is rich of content and so far we have received positive feedback. It carries soul touching songs that have already started ministering in people’s hearts and we are certain that it will transform many lives”, he said.
Phiri said the album has 8 songs names Kolona, Usakhale opusa, He is mighty, Viva Jesu and Chipambano among others.
During the show, the group is expected to share the stage with other musicians including Kamuzu Barracks Gospel Singers, Marvelous deeds, Clala Ngulube, Ennoh, Neligo Womens Choir, Norman Phiri, King James Phiri, Isaac the Duke, Shalom Kamanga, Robertson and Chiyanjano womens choir among others.
One of the organizers of the show Maxwell Olloto of Max Promotions said all is set and people should expect to have an amazing music experience.
Slated to start at 1 o’clock in the afternoon, the event will attract an entry fee of K2000 per head and wearing a face mask is a requirement for everyone to access the venue.
Heaven Ambassador’s Kids started in 2013 and has 2 albums in credit including Kulira kwatha volume 1 and Kulira kwatha volume 2.