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Agga Nyabinde unveils second album

22 May, 2020 - 12:05 0 Views
Agga Nyabinde unveils second album Agga Nyabinde

H-Metro

Trust Khosa , Assistant News Editor

YOUTHFUL jazz crooner Agga Nyabinde will this Sunday unveil his second album as part of his efforts to keep the family legacy going.

Nurtured by his father Bob Nyabinde and mentored the late national hero and icon Oliver “Tuku”Mtukudzi, the 28-year-old reckons he has a lot of work to do to match the two veterans.

Titled Basa I Basa, the album will be launched live on Facebook on Sunday around 4pm.

It carries eight tracks namely Zvakanaka, Basa i Basa, Achafara, Tsotsi, Gore, Baby Gaya,  Unonzwa Sei and I dont care.

He will be supposed by fellow artiste Audience Kuimba while DJ Train is the album launch hosts.

Fellow artistes will be posting videos on his page from home in support of the crooner.

In an interview with H-Metro, Agga who last weekend held a precursor to the album launch on the same platform said:

“All is set for the album launch and I hope fans will embrace it.

“I have been working on this second album on lockdown after realising that I should myself busy as well as giving new stuff.

“It’s a new era where we cannot afford to starve our fans of new stuff.

“We might be on lockdown but that must not stop our creative  and we now embrace technology,” he said.

Agga has vowed to preserve his father’s legacy maintain the sound.

“A lot of people have been following my sound and they are always looking for that sound by Bob Nyabinde.

“So far 1 had one album titled Kushanda which was officially launched by Dr Oliver Mtukudzi in February 2018.

“I am now done with the second one, Basa i Basa set to be launched on Sunda ,” said Agga who works closely with his father.

In last week’s edition, he pledged to father’s dream of empowering communities through art.

“My wish is to build an arts and culture centre with instrument manufacturing being the major activity.

“That has always been his dream as a lot of you artists are struggling to own proper instruments,” he was quoted as saying.

 

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