GOSPEL singer Ephraim will be hoping that the public differences that he has with the Christian Arts Promoters (CHAPRO), his managers, will not derail the release of his tenth album which he has scheduled for the first week of next month to be followed by a crossover concert on New Year’s Eve. “I’m releasing the album in the first week of December before the crossover so that people can learn the songs,” he says.
“December 31 not just be for the crossover but to launch the album as well.” The album, titled Mulecita Ifipya being recorded live at Ben Blazer studios, has 11 songs. Some of the songs on the album are Teti Ndabe, Twalilubulwa, Ndiwenu and Ndelolela Imwe. Though there are some fears that the Album might be derailed if not handled properly, its no secret that Ephraim and his managers CHAPRO are no longer in good terms.