ZIMDANCEHALL star Killer T, pictured, was forced to abort the release of his album Inzwai Kuchemawo Mambo on Saturday following technical hiccups.
This was not good news to his legion of fans who were eagerly waiting for the album after a hyped-up build-up that saw him sampling some songs off the new offering on radio and social media.
The singer was quick to apologise to his followers and announced the album would now be released on September 6.
“I know many have been looking forward to this album but due to some setbacks beyond our control, expect Inzwai Kuchemawo Mambo album on the 6th of September,” he said.
His manager Kudzai “Super” Biston told the Daily News that last minute challenges forced them to postpone the release of the album.
“The album was to be launched online and we were supposed to make it available on all online stores such as iTunes and Spotify but we had some technical challenges which forced us to postpone,” he said.
“We know people were looking forward to it and I can assure them that everything will be in order on September 6,” he added.
Supported by Werras Entertainment, Killer T worked with several producers who all came with different styles.
He said this is a way to accommodate a huge audience and break monotony.
“To give my fans a real deal I have worked with seven local music producers to cater for everyone and there are no collaborations.
“I am confident with the album,” he said.
The producers include Jamal of No Limits, Cymplex, Oskid, Aya T, Maselo and Sunshine.
Apart from chart-topping singles, Killer T is known for explosive albums such as Ngoma Ndaimba and Mashoko Anopfuura.