22 May 2018
ZIM DANCEHALL sensation, Freeman – real name Emergy Chizanga – says “he won’t read much into haters branding him a spent force, insisting they give him strength to pen new songs.
The H.K.D boss says ‘haters’ are giving him more energy and zeal to work hard.
And to ensure he silences his doubting Thomases, Freeman who has been spending much of his time flying outside Zimbabwe for international shows, will be launching his seventh album at Club 1+1 on Africa Day.
Titled Mukuru Wekambani, Freeman’s album launch affords the chanter an opportunity to meet old and new fans after a series of shows abroad.
D.TL Records is behind the event.
Fellow artistes comprising Jay C, Jah Child, Dadza D, XQ, Tocky Vibes, Seh Calaz, Hwindi Prezidenta and Faith House Sound are set to grace the launch.
But it should be mentioned that it is the ‘spent force’ tag that Freeman will be out to prove his foes wrong at the event.
“I’m not a spent force, tisu tichapera here isusu,” said the Joina City hit-maker.
“The album has 12 tracks and we have shot five videos off the album and we are going to screen some of them at the album launch.
“We are more than ready for the event as we seek to give fans nothing but the best we have been doing.
“We have taken note of what they thought we missed in our previous album – Top Striker – as we embrace constructive criticism.”
“As usual, we urge fans to show up in numbers at the launch and I don’t want to promise a lot but I wish fans will come and see for themselves.
“It’s a special event where we will be unveiled a new product as we continue to make great strides in Zim dancehall.”
Fans will have to pay $5 per head before 11pm and more afterwards.
The launch starts at 7pm till late where fellow artistes have been invited.