Jamaican Star to grace Freeman’s album launch

Jamaican dancehall star, Chris Martin is set to perform at Zim-dancehall crooner, Freeman’s album launches this Saturday at Alexander Sports Club in Harare.

Popularly known as HKD Boss, Freeman, will be launching his 9th album titled “David and Goliath.”

The album contains 13 tracks including collaborations with two internationally acclaimed and two local musicians. The album also tackles issues affecting young people which include drug abuse, unemployment and depression.

In a post, ahead of the launch of his album Freeman said the songs will also speak to communities, stakeholders and families.

“Through this album I pray that we challenge ourselves to do better in fighting the various “goliaths” which we face. May it be a moment that allows communities, families and stakeholders to sit down and tackle the challenges being faced by young adults who are addicted (in many forms), depressed and on the verge of committing suicide.”

“This is not just an album, but a CONVERSATION; a conversation for us all. Therefore, as they all say, “let the music speak. The best way I can ever tell and fight my own giants is through words and beats! May my victories and battles inspire you to fight yours,” said Freeman.

The album launch features a star-studded line up with Leo Magoz, Mbeu, Pumacol, Bazooker, Baba Harare, Nyasha David, Kikky Badass and Trevor Dongo billed to perform.

Meanwhile, Chris Martin is expected to arrive in Harare today and he will be the special guest at the show.

Charmaine Brown

Charmaine Brown is 27 years old, media personnel. She studied Media and Society Studies (2017-2020) at Midlands State University in Zimbabwe. Charmaine had an internship at The Herald and presently is an entertainment journalist for My Afrika Magazine. She currently lives in Harare.

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