SOUTH AFRICA-BASED Zimbabwean music outfit, Insukamini, has vowed to bring fireworks back home during the festive season following the release of their second album.
BY SHARON SIBINDI
The group released the four-track album Lukhulu Luyeza featuring hit tracks Ubaba Wayangaphi and Nqgqungqulu Yahlala eMkhayeni that have become club bangers in South Africa.
The group’s founder, lead singer and composer Christopher Ncube said they were looking forward to bringing home what they “brewed” in South Africa.
He also promised fireworks to the Maskandi lovers and a special performance during their festive season tour.
“As we are approaching December, we are preparing something nice for the people back home and we have been getting calls from our fans saying they want more of our music. People should not spend the festive season feasting, but they should also stay put as we will be playing our music from every corner of the country,” he said.
“We even wish to get our album launched in Bulawayo. This kind of music represents our culture as the Matabele nation.”
Ncube said last year, they toured their home town in Maphisa and a lot of people loved their music, with others even refusing to go back to their homes.
He said people in South Africa loved their music a lot and kept them on their feet.
Ncube said they had also seen a significant growth in their fan base since the release of the album.
He said there had been responses from fans in countries such as the United Kingdom, Botswana and the United States.