Three years after releasing her last album Natural Born Star, singer Mampi is back in the studio working on her new project to be released at the beginning of next year.
“I have been in the studio for two months working on my new album which is not tilted yet until I finish it, but that’s where the promo Roller-Coaster is coming from,” she says.
The award-winning singer released Roller Coaster in September. The dance tune was co-produced by Shenky and Jazzy Boy.
Mampi has also been doing a lot of international shows lately as her music is receiving massive airplay around the world which she says is a great thing for Zambia as it is opening doors for many other artistes.
The singer is currently on a tour of China where she has three more shows to go before she returns home.
“I am currently in China on tour, I have three more shows to go; the first one was in Beijing where I was selected to represent Africa at the Beijing Tv global gala where they picked one representative from each continent,” Mampi said in an interview from China.
“It was a very exciting gala which happens annually and has an audience of about 100 million people. Michael Bolton performed there as well. So the concept was to sing different famous Chinese songs in our local languages, I did mine in Nsenga and then we sang one Chinese song together which we recorded in Beijing.”
In the same interview, the Swililili singer also touched on the theme of love in most songs. She defended the idea of too many love songs saying everything in life is inspired by love or hate. She says she sings about love because not only does it speak to the soul but it also sells more than any other theme.
“Love songs are timeless and they last long on the market because we relate [with them] every other day,” she says.
So, expect more love songs on her album