Female emcee Ace James on Saturday returned on stage bigger and better when she unveiled her new single Sindidzakusiya at an urban music show held at Little Tots in Manja Township, Blantyre.
Aycee James’s performance reminded her fans of her career twilight when she soared with China Love, a powerful single which booked her a space on the country’s music scene two to three years ago.
Though she released a couple of singles such as Ndinene Bwanji, Not Alone and Wanga Ndiwe Wekha, Aycee James has not been active on the music scene, a development which sparked speculation that her music career had died a natural death. But her appearance on stage last Saturday proved that she is still determined to defend her position.
“There were a number of things that held me back musically one them being my engagement. I got engaged and I have also been nursing my son. But I am back now and my fans should expect great music,” said Aycee James.
She also revealed that she is under the new management of Masiye Mazaza who has since committed his support towards her music career.
Currently, Aycee James’ music is being produced by Yesaya Nkhwazi.
The event, which also doubled as Aycee James’ 25th birthday bash, saw other urban musicians such as Renegade, Trap Squad, Kumbu and Black Mind conquering the stage in support of the China Love hitmaker.
There was also a performance from Massa Vega of the Don Dadaz Family whose act took patrons down the lane with his powerful Ghetto hit.
Long-standing hip hop artist Black Mind defended his unwavering weight on the country’s urban industry when he dished out tracks with commanding lines that reflect on deep issues.
When he began to rap on those captivating underground hip hop beats, there was eagerness to listen to hardcore stories being told in Black Mind’s music.
AyCee James is a songswriter, rapper and singer whose music can be traced back as early 2000 when she launched her career as a teenager living in the United Kingdom.
She describes herself as a voice that wants to be heard. n