Wezi ready for new album


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TERENCE MISELO Writes          

Zambian songbird Wezi is set to release her new album dubbed ‘ Leiloe’, a project that has taken two years to complete. The album written and recorded at Elation Entertainment Record label contains 12 great tracks including her latest single “African King” which got 20,000 views in one month.

According to Wezi’s management, the highly anticipated album features the likes of Mumba Yachi, Ludo,and Ras Kinky as well as Blessing Bled from Zimbabwe.

“This album is a highlight of activities that have surrounded me and have compelled me to speak out to encourage people in the world.It will be Titled ‘LEILOE’, which is self-discovered in my creativity meaning “love is eternal”,” explains Wezi in a statement.

And as expected, the album promises emotional and concious music that the soulful Wezi is known for.

“It is a whole spectrum of love interpretations. There is a song for everyone, the young and the old, men and women, girls or boys,” says Wezi.

This project is set to be released with a big launch to be held on the 2nd of August,2019 at the Mulungushi International Conference Center main.


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