In readiness to his album which is scheduled for release in April this year, Zembani Band’s member Sam Smack will drop three songs which one of them shall be made available for free download on Malawi’s leading music website www.malawi -music.com.
The impending album shall mark as Sam Smack’s fourth solo album after the previous releases of three albums namely, Kasitepe, Chakomchako and Ndimasilira.
During a short interview with this publication, the dreadlocked star unveiled the titles of the first to be released three songs as Khala Pansi, Get out of You, and Sindingamusiye which the artist has privileged his fans to have it for free on www.malawi -music.com.
Sindingamusiye song is more like a snub to what jealous people reports about your loved one with a motive of trying to spoil things between you two.
“It’s more like trying to ignore what other jealous people talk about your wife or either girlfriend. Most of them come with an aim of trying to tarnish the image of your loved one just to let you down so they can go for her/him.
“But no matter what she/he does you should compromise knowing that she/he is the only one to love,” explained the Sofia hit maker.
The humble celeb guy also disclosed that his forthcoming album is going to contain ten songs but maintained an obscure of what the album shall be called saying that he hasn’t come up with its name yet.
“In fact, I haven’t decided what to name it yet but I was thinking of just calling it a Compilation, said Sam Smack.
His fellow dreadlocked celeb, Nepman and the legendary Lucius Banda are some of the names to look out for on this album which its production has been covered at three studious, Abstract records, Tricky Beatz and Stich Fray.
Not only will the release of the album be it all, but also a superb DVD will follow.
Meanwhile, Sam Smack has promised his fans to expect fire and matured stuff as he has dedicated his time and put all his focus on the long awaited album.
“Obviously it’s going to be absolute fire and i confidently think the whole album will carry hits,” he concluded.