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Zanda Zakuza on how her album healed her after she lost her grandparents in one month

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Zanda Zakuza's new album Khaya Lam gave her strength after her grandparents passed .
Zanda Zakuza's new album Khaya Lam gave her strength after her grandparents passed .
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It took Zanda Zakuza (27) a month to write and record the body of her new album, Khaya Lam, which is a record in her book.

Her first album Synthia (The Journey) took her a few years to complete.

But because of the lockdown and the “spiritual awakening” she received during the lockdown; it was a little easier for her to sing from the heart for the 15-track album.

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