Praise Umali debuts 'September'

Praise Umali

After giving a taste of what is inside his album during a listening party on Tuesday night in Lilongwe, Praise Umali will be officially releasing 'September'. 

The long anticipated debut album, has 13 tracks including the bonus track 'proud' which has been rocking the airwaves since its release in July last year. 

During the session he dished out live performances of 'Hold you Down', 'Left you Better', 'Konda ine' and proud.

Speaking at the listening party hosted by Cynthia 'Cee Zee' Zulu, Umali, expressed gratitude to the people that came out regardless of the fact that it was a weekday.

Audience

Umali said the album is about self-discovery which paints a picture of what most people go through in their lives. 

“September is a journey of finding oneself and I think for the most part people will find very relatable content.”

He further pointed out that the album will also help others who are on a similar journey to rediscovering themselves as they relate.

“They will also find themselves within this album,”  Umali said.

The artwork

One of the patrons, Maziko Matemu could not hold back appreciation and tweeted “You are amazing!!!Your music is amazing loved every bit of that listening party. Reads the tweet.

Recorded at Manifest studios, 'September' features poet Qabaniso Malawi popularly known as Q in the arts and entertainment circle and Matthew.

It was produced by a team that includes Umali himself, Faith Mussa, Paul Kachala, Grisver, Matt Alegeo and Chizmo of substance music. 

The album is currently being sold for a minimum of K5000 through Airtel money, Mpamba and MO626 and will be available for streaming on all digital platform once officially released.

The singer, guitarist and producer first appeared on the centre stage as a member of the Zathu Banda.

He was featured on WONA Collective’s project on 16 days of activism last year and performed at the 2019 Lake of Stars’ discovery edition.

Umali has since hinted that there will be a show in the near future.

 

Source:
Bridgitta Flao