BY: Foibe Shahepa
Gazza has announced the postponement of the release of his new album the Messiah, saying that while he is disappointed to relay the news, he needs some “time apart.” The album’s release date was set for July 31, 2021.
Gazza, who campaigned for open discussions about mental health concerns and how to re-energize oneself after a difficult period, stated in a statement to the media that he made this “unfortunate” decision because he wants to focus on his personal life and family.
“I’m not in the right state of mind, spirit, or energy to release such a personal body of work. This follows the sudden deaths of several close relatives in a short period of time. During this pandemic, my heart goes out to everyone struggling with sorrow and mental health issues. I’m going to spend the next two weeks focusing on my family and allowing my energies and spirit to heal,” he stated.
Gazza’s management promised to keep fans and followers informed about the planned media tour, amended release dates, and other important information. “And thank you to the fans, friends I have yet to meet, for your unwavering support. “I appreciate your respect for privacy during this period, and I can tell you that you will be well worth the wait,” he said.
The general manager of GMP, Andreas Gustav, stated that hastening the launch would be impracticable at this time and that the two-week delay was chosen to ensure that they returned with fresh energy.