One of the most exciting urban groovers, Cindy Munyavi, last week released her second album – Tha Groove Theory – and subsequently launched the album’s online edition.
The 20-track album, which features her hit tracks – Nerudo and Rimwe Zuva – is now available in shops throughout the country.
The tracks were first released as singles and received reasonable airplay on local radio. The first track on the album, Make Me an Instrument, is a gospel track that deals with issues of national healing.
“The track is a song which I did as part of the national healing process. It features Sebastian (Magacha) and it’s a gospel track,” she said.
Cindy said she was not going to do an official launch of her second album.
“I’m planning to hold my own concerts to avoid limiting myself to live performances. I want to show the world what I’m made of,” she added.
She also features artistes such as Trevor Dongo, Stunner, Sanii Makhalima, Tererai Mugwadi and Alexio Kawara on the album.
Tha Groove Theory is a love album which talks about what people go through when they are in and out of love.
Cindy said that she decided to launch an online edition of her album because her fans were failing to access hard copies of her recordings.
“I made the decision to launch an online edition of my album so as to enable my thousands of fans who are in various parts of the world to access it,” she said.
Videos for Nerudo and Wonder Why will also be available on the website and people can purchase them there. On the track Wonder Why, she featured Diana Samkange and Pauline though Diana did not feature on the video.
Nerudo is currently receiving airplay from one of Africa’s leading music video channels, Channel O.
There will be free promotional material on the website but people will have to pay to download the music. Downloading a track will cost 99 cents while downloading the whole album will cost $5.
Cindy recently worked with Ngoni Kambarami on his single titled Mugarandega.