BUOYED by Cindy Munyavi’s continental success at the All-Africa Music Awards (Afrima) as well as Zim hip hop and Zima nominee Trey XL, Bryce Nation Music label led by its founding president Elton Bryce seems to have an even bigger vision.
The two artistes have raised the bar for fellow stablemates after enjoying huge successes in 2014.
Trey XL had his song Vanquish chosen by American producer Timbaland’s Castle Lite promotion and the track sold out online.
“The first quarter of this year we are releasing three albums from Cindy Munyavi [Music Vocals Cindy], Trey Xl [Mind over Matter] and Lindiwe Bungane [Departure],” said Bryce.
He said the three artistes already have some of their singles topping charts.
Bryce also added that they would release the much-anticipated album from Bungane, a Zambian singer who won Project Fame Africa, who is signed to their label.
“Also Cindy recorded two songs in Nigeria with top producers including a single video and we are releasing them on her new album,” he said.
“This year we are aiming for more awards especially at Channel O and we have engaged top Malawi, Zambian and South African production houses to do our videos as well as reputable local directors.”
He also divulged that during the course of the year five other albums would be released from artistes who include rapper Crooger, Cherish Bryce, the late Amelia, Frank Mfumu and the Legacy Compilation.
Bryce said fans and the nation at large should brace themselves for continental collaborations from top African artistes, among them Nora and Roberto Banda (both from Zambia), 2face (Nigeria), Dan Lufane (Malawi), Kamikaze and Cyril (both from Tanzania).
“Talks are also at an advanced stage with some local companies who want to endorse some of our artistes,” he said.
Bryce Nation artistes are also expected to go on a country tour as well as an African tour to promote their music and brand soon.