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Songstress Cindy Munyavi who hoisted the Zimbabwean flag on the continent at the recently held Africa Music Awards is set to feature Nigeria’s 2face Idibia on her upcoming album. Cindy scooped the Best Female Artist in Southern Africa at the Afrima in Lagos Nigeria over the weekend.

In an interview with The Herald Entertainment, Cindy’s manager Elton Bryce said the award has forced them to make some changes on their upcoming album due for release in January.

“We had finished doing the album but after this recognition, we have decided to make some changes. We have removed some of the songs and currently Cindy is in studio in Lagos Nigeria working on some of the songs that are set to replace songs such as “Hande”, “Ndini Ndinaye” among others.

“Nigeria’s 2 Face Idibia is going to feature on the song ‘One Love’ which calls for unity, peace and love among Africans.

He said the 15-track album features a number of African artists from Nigeria, Tanzania and Malawi.

Cindy beat Africa’s most popular female artists the likes of Zahara, Mampi and Lira who command huge following across the globe.

The “Ndidzorere Moyo wangu” hitmaker who has ventured into fashion business could not hide her joy saying the award was a dream come true.

“I feel so humbled and blessed and right now I am out of words. I just want to thank God and everyone who has supported me, “she said.

However, Zimbabwe was well represented at the awards ceremony with a number of Zimbabwean artists having been nominated on different categories including Jah Prayzah who was nominated twice for Best Male in Southern Africa and for Best Collaboration, Isabela Novella for Best RnB and Soul, Buffalo Soul Jah for Best African Reggae and Dancehall and Taps for Best African Electro.

Cindy is the only Zimbabwean who brought home an award which saw other African stars in the form of P Square, 2 Face, Davido, Heavy K among others being awarded for their outstanding works in 2014.

Source : The Herald