“Sir Creedy Unites Global Talent on “Ignite” Album: Jamaican, Malawian, and Ghanaian Artists Featured

 “Sir Creedy Unites Global Talent on “Ignite” Album: Jamaican, Malawian, and Ghanaian Artists Featured

Gospel Dancehall Artist Sir Creedy has unveiled the release date for his upcoming album, “Ignite,” along with a lineup of featured artists that includes Malawian, Ghanaian, and Jamaican talent. The album is set to drop in May.

Creedy holding the mic with Ekari Willards, one of the featured artists and producers

“Ignite” features collaborations with a diverse range of artists, including KBG, Ekari Willards, Madela, Da Journey (Jamaican Canadian), Hope Logah, Blessed Citizen, and Nomsa. The production team behind the album is equally diverse, with Madela, Ekari Willards, Da Journey (Jamaica), Sir Odilo, Alann Ulises (Jamaica), and Top City Beats (Ghana) contributing their skills.

The album’s release is highly anticipated, following the success of Sir Creedy’s previous releases, including “This Gospel EP” (2020), “Defiance EP” (2021), “Little Us, Big God EP” (2022), and the collaborative “Blood Ties Album” with David Kalilani in 2023.

Creedy made the revelation at the listening session held at the ABC Student’s Centre, with over 60 attendees given the privilege of experiencing the 12-track album before its official release. Cozizwa, one of the artists that he has worked with on a number of projects, captivated the audience with live acoustic renditions of his hits, including his newly released hit “Good.” Rudo Chakwera even surprised the audience with impromptu performance.

Cozizwa on stage, giving an acoustic performance at the listening session

The event also saw the presence of other artists showing their support, such as Khetwayo, Success, Joe Kellz, and Nicky Chakwera.

“Ignite” is expected to be available on all major streaming platforms, offering fans a chance to experience Sir Creedy’s unique blend of musical styles and collaborations. The inclusion of Jamaican and Ghanaian artists adds an exciting international dimension to the album.

Captured: Artists and part of the audience at the listening session.