Afro musician Dan Lufani says he has changed his music approach to adapt an international standard in which he will be releasing singles before compiling an album.
He said his new approach is in line with what is done by some international artists who have achieved great music brands.
“From now onwards, I will be compiling an album from a series of singles that I will be releasing. I have adopted this approach which is used by renowned international artists,” he said.
As expected by most musicians in Malawi, Dan Lu has been releasing and marketing albums until last year when he dropped Sweet Banana which feature Nigeria’s Kcee.
“From Sweet Banana single, I am releasing Musiye on October 1. I will be releasing singles then compile an album from there,” he said.
The artist said the new music approach will help to determine popular songs to be put on an album.
“Basically, the singles will help me to calculate my popular tracks people want in my next album to ensure that it contains hit songs. This will work to the advantage of fans who will be able to access only the best from me,” he said.
Musiye has been mastered at Nigeria’s Five Star Music—a music stable to which his partner Kcee is signed to. While its audio aspect will be shot by Wasafi Records of Tanzania’s Diamond Platinumz.
“The idea of involving these international companies is to come up with good quality material for both local and international audience,” said Dan Lu. n