SOUTH Africa-based veteran musician, Allen Ndoda has released his 22nd album titled Qalaphansi.
BY LUYANDOHLOBO MAKWATI
The album was recorded and produced in South Africa under his studio, Ndoda Productions.
The talented lead guitarist said his album will soon be played on various radio stations across the country.
Ndoda, who started performing in the late 1990s, has remained popular among many in the country through his Tshova genre, which is an extension of the early musicians, the likes of Solomon Skuza and Ndux Malax.
The album was first released in South Africa last month on October 1 and the artiste has lined up some performances in the country to enable fans to sample his 22nd offering.
He also encouraged budding artistes in Matabeleland to work hard, saying a lot of them were not serious about music but they should understand they can earn a living out of it.
“Music is a profession. Young artistes in the region should be serious about their careers and know that music pays well,” he said.
Ndoda is known for his energetic performances and television videos that are tainted with army regalia.
These are some of the tracks in his new album Silale, Imali yamiyonke, Saziba and Sekuphaza misekile.