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CharmaGal readies fans for December

The Lerala native in CharmaGal is back into play,she has recently dished out an all Setswana thriller. The local music sensational is back into her stardom feat, the album brings yet another set of tracks in her 8 track album titled Lekgamu la bananyana. The album was officially released this past week by Touch Records in Gaborone. In a media brief recently held in Gaborone, CharmaGal revealed that she has been working hard on the album thus having high expectations on it.

According to Charma, Lekgamu la bananyana is a notch high than her previous music deliverables. Speaking a day before boarding a plane to the United Kingdom where she was performing alongside South Africa’s BabesWodumo, she said that what makes her unique is staying to her craft. The Mmokolodi hit-maker said that it is giving what you are to the people that then opportunities arise for artists. “People need to stay true to their uniquness, this new album represnt my style of delivering music, ot represents my key and my melody that is why it is easy for people to reate to it,” shared CharmaGal.

She added that piracy is a concern in the music fraternity, she noted that she has targets she has set for herself in regards to the number of copies she wants to sell on the album. “New technology remains a mystery for us artists, in a day after the release of the album,people will be she sharing out the music through whatsapp and other networks and that is unexpectable,” she said. Meanwhile a week after the release of the album, track 3 dubbed Banyana is already driving CharmaGal fans wild,it has been received well.

The song has already been played in various radio stations in the country. In the song, CharmaGal says that she does not need to get to work because she has morning sicknesses garnered from the weekend. The album has been distributed througout all music stores across the country.

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