Old Hip Hop timers BarryUno and Phyzix have teamed up to release an album titled ‘The Diaries’
Information obtained indicate the album is a compilation that will take listeners through the two heavyweights artistry life, achievements and failures they have had in their music careers.
The album is slated to be released later this year, date to be disclosed soon. First single is set to drop sometime in April 2018 as well as music videos.
With a variety of different feels and a blend of genres, the intent is to appeal to different classes of people and generations.
The two explain the idea has been long time coming for this to happen. Both these have been around since the infancy stage of hip hop to what it is right now and have put major contributions to its survival and acknowledgement but never had they ever collaborated on any song.
“The reason for the joint album is mainly to give people what they did not expect and even satisfy the speculation of those that thought of the idea of the two artists to team up.” BarryUno.
The Diaries is an album which is mainly produced by Tricky Beatz and GD of the DareDevilz; other producers on the project are Ace Tee, Blage, BFB, Martin Anjelz and Chance.
Some of the songs on the album are Zimandiwawa, The Diaries, Patentha, Relationships just to mention a few.
No guest appearances disclosure as they want the element of surprise for the people “We do not want to ruin or mess with people’s expectations.” Phyzix says.
Both artists Phyzix and BarryUno are the heavyweights in the Malawi music industry as far as hip hop is concerned.
BarryUno has four albums to his name whilst Phyzix six going back to the country’s golden age of Hip Hop.
Phyzix whose real name is Noel Chikoleka all the way from Lilongwe, area 25 is well known for songs like Cholapitsa, Patelera, Noni Noni, Mfana Olusa among others and most of these songs are still enjoying airplay both on radios and television.
BarryUno, real name Barry Mkorongo, a Blantyre breed is well known for songs like Chikondi Chathu, Automatic, Pokopoko, Wandichotsa which are also still enjoying airplay on both radio and television.