NEWS | MUSIC
By Lusungu Mvula.
Dancer-cum-afro pop artist, Black Toxic has hinted on a hot summer this year as he plans for a double song release early October, EM can reveal.
The artist, whom many remember for his popular tracks, Bella, Tavina, and Honala, says all is set for the release of Cash Fire, and Ndikutongi hits this coming month.
The 24-year-old artist, birth name David Nkhata who is awaiting a Bachelor of Social Science (Human rights) degree from the University of Livingstonia, feels his academic background gives him the energy to voice out rights of the voiceless via his music.
“I feel my academic credentials are directly connected to the music that I do because I communicate and educate different people in the society.” He enlightens.
Meanwhile, the soft-spoken artist has promised Malawians of good days ahead as he plans of perfecting his skills so as to be nationally and internationally known.
“Malawians should expect more from me because my dream is to become a big star in the country, like the likes of Tay Grin who are internationally acclaimed.” He promises.
Upon successful completion of the said two songs, Black Toxic plans of releasing music videos from some of his previously-released songs.
“I’ll definitely release videos of some of my previous songs such as Anabanda, and Chidindo. I feel in this way, I will keep myself busy,” he said.
Already, Black Toxic’s fans cannot wait for the forthcoming song releases. One of his followers, William Nyirenda, a scholar at Ekwendeni College of Nursing (Mzimba) says he is eagerly anticipating the double release from Black Toxic.
“His lyrics move me a lot as they carry messages that I can easily relate with my everyday livelihood. So, I’m looking forward to the songs,” anticipates he.
The Afro Pop has ever worked with different producers like Cuff B, Moshu and Zephy Oldies. EM is going to keep you updated as events unfold.