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Kaizer Chiefs number one supporter Saddam Maake will release a new album Vuvuzela Cellular Volume 2 in October.
Maake says he wrote and produced all the songs with the help of his family. The songs in the CD are normally those sung at stadiums to encourage players and supporters.
The songs are accompanied by instruments, including vuvuzelas, says Maake.
The unemployed father of nine who survives by making soccer adverts, told Sowetan that Vuvuzela Cellular Volume 2 will not only consist of Kaizer Chiefs' songs, but will include songs by the supporters of other PSL clubs as well.
"I am in negotiations with different teams. I have managed to secure agreements with five teams to date. I want each team to have their own favourite song on the CD. If other teams do not respond by the end of this month, I will compose my own songs," said Maake.
He said he has secured three sponsors but refused to name them. Maake said Chiefs' supporters should not panic because he will not abandon Amakhosi.
"I will never stop doing what I do best. I have dedicated my whole life to Kaizer Chiefs," he said.
Maake released Vuvuzela Cellular, a 10-track album in 1999, which he claims sold more than 25000 units.
In 2001 Maake discontinued distribution of the CD. At the time he alleged that his then recording company was cheating him by not paying him royalties.