Marabini back in studio

BULAWAYO - Effervescent Jeys Marabini has gone back into the studio where he is putting final touches to a new album due for release next month.

His yet to be titled album carries 11 tracks. It succeeds Thula Sana recorded in 2016.

Marabini whose real name is Majahawodwa Ndlovu said this year was a departure from his tradition of releasing albums on annual basis.

“This is my ninth album. I record one album per year… this album was supposed to be released in December but I felt I needed someone to mix it.

“I had to wait for Ramadu from Austria because I needed something professional. He has worked with many international artistes so I believe in him,” said Marabini.

“Every time I work on my album I have to make sure that it is good and of quality. I don’t want to take my fans for granted.

“This album was produced by Octopus assisted by Rodwel and I will look for someone to master it. I don’t want to do like others who use only one person to produce, mix and master. I want to do things differently. I want my project to be appealing to my fans,” he added.

But never has Marabini been this confident about his works as he has done to this new coming project.

He feels while he has maintained his type of music, it is to some extent unique.

“My album will carry 11 songs and trust me it’s very good music. People are really going to enjoy. When Jeys releases the album it has to be quality.

“I am growing every year; I am aiming to reach international standards that is why I work so hard and also engage experienced people in the industry,” said Marabini.
Marabini will be featuring two local musicians in two separate songs.

The Kozekulunge frontman, who is a  three-time National Arts Merit Award winner said he will decide on the title next month.

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