Robins Park in Blantyre will be the busiest venue tommorow as Malawi’s vibrant kids gospel music group, Heaven Ambassadors Kids will be launching their ‘Ndayalura’ album on new year, Saturday January 01, 2022.
In an interview with zambuye.com, Praise Phiri who is one of the leaders for the group, confirmed that all is set for the launch which is scheduled to start at 1330 hours.
Phiri fondly known as ‘Simba’ said the Heaven Ambassador Kids which is a family group will be launching their third album ‘Ndayalura’ which he said has eight songs including; ‘Ndayalura’, ‘Kolona’ and ‘Chipambano’ which are already enjoying massive airplays.
According to Phiri, the group which first launched the album on October 15, 2021 at Zambezi Open Theater in Kawale, Lilongwe, is pledging nothing but a unique experience which he said will be characterized by powerful spiritual messages.
He has then called on Blantyre residents and surrounding areas to witness the the healing and touching of God through music claiming the patrons will be mesmerized by their performance on the day.
“We are done with all preparatory activities for ‘Ndayalura’ album launch at Robins Park in Blantyre and being the first time to perform in the commercial city, we are so hopeful that it’s gonna be superb and so unique.
“We want to encourage those who are planning to attend the launch to do so and we are promising them nothing but a great performance and the touching of God. K2000 is not that big deal, so, come one, come all,” said Phiri.
Phiri further said the message in the album is just a continuation from their previous albums, ‘Kulira Kwatha’ volume 1 and 2 where they were saying the cry is over and this time he say they want people to remove all their mats because Jesus Christ has blessed them.
Among others, the event will be supported by performances from ‘Zoe’ hitmaker Shammah Vocals, Kamuzu Barracks Gospel Singers, Marvelous deeds, Clala Ngulube, Maureen Kanyenda, Chinsapo Sweet Melodies and Chiyanjano Women.
The Heaven Ambassadors Kids is from area 24 in Lilongwe and it comprises of Praise, Patience, Peace and Rachael Phiri all below 18 years old.