By Our Reporter
Afrigo Band are set to launch a new music album. Titled “Teri Mubi”, the 11-track album will be their 22nd in a career that spans over 40 years.
The new album which comes 10 years after they last released a new single saw them collaborate with Jose Chameleone, the only collaboration on the album. Chameleone features on the title song, Teri Mubi, in which they acknowledge that every individual will always have some one that finds them attractive.
Produced by Nairobi-based Vincent Othieno, the album is composed of other songs like, Emiziro, Kitokota, Gira Oyige, Olulimi Lwange and Ham Jambo among others.
According to Moses Matovu, the band lead, they have taken close to 4 years working on this album and it was specially made to quench their fans thirst for new music. “Our fans have been demanding for new music and we decided to make this album as a special gift for them,” he said.
The new album will be officially launched in a mega concert slated for October 5th at Hotel Africana. “We promise to give you the best production and you should expect to have a wonderful time,” Rude Boy, one of the band members, noted while speaking about the upcoming concert.
Meanwhile, the new album is already available for streaming on Tidal and will soon be available on other platforms as well as in physical copies.
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