Sinetre ends his studio hiatus

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After clocking almost 5 years without releasing a song, legendary reggae artist, Charles Sinetre, is finally back in the studios with serious business, as he seeks to drop a ‘Kamikaze drone’ on 9th November, 2022.

The former Alleluya Band leader is set to release his song titled ‘Musamatero’ in which he has featured the ever versatile musician, Nepman.

According to Sinetre, Musamatero is a genesis of his musical series project ‘the poor man’s story’ he’s currently working on which will see him releasing singles every three months.

He added that, the poor man’s story depicts a wide range of hardships poor people come across in their everyday life, coupled with various social injustices within the societies.

”Well, I had to sit down and analyze the various problems poor people faces and try to put them into a musical context,” he said.

The Balaka based icon known in the musical circles as the ‘Reggae Ambassador’ said the project will see him author a book but also shoot a movie that will expound all the subtopics featured in the songs.

The reggae ambassador added that he resorted to featuring Nepman in Musamatero because of his ‘millitant’ voice which he describes as having the capacity to push on advocacy messages.

He said: ”When you want to advocate, you don’t have to be soft but be strong. Nepman has all the skills in him.”

Sinetre who has 7 albums to his credit said the audience should expect nothing but the best adding that the scale has not gone down but he has come out more amplified.

Recorded and produced by Felix Ziyade at Honour and Gloria studio in Blantyre, an excerpt of Musamatero lyrics goes: ‘Chamba ndi Ganja zimasiyana chani? Kanundu ndi ndudu zimasiyana  chani? chamba chonyamulira mu jumbo ndi chamba chonyamulira mu truck chimasiyana bwanji?

Ndikuti osauka ndi chilungamo anayambana chani? Justice Kaya chilungamo zitanthauza chani?’

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