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By Franco Mwachande Jnr
After successfully releasing her first hit in 2019, Gratitude, conscious reggae lioness, Queen Fyah says she is to shoot the music video of the same in the Rainbow nation later this year.
The Queen says she has chosen RSA so as to add some unique flavor to the banger.
“I want to bring a new vibe to my fans. In addition, I also want to make it more international compared the ones I shot recently,” she said.
The Blantyre based artist said she dropped the song as a way of expressing gratitude for what life offers to all and sundry.
“I realized problems are there and no one is problem free. That’s why I came up with such a concept so that I could somehow help others on how to sail through the ocean of suffering and overcome some hard times.” She added.
The Reggae Lioness says she was silent in the music industry as she was busy learning new things to improve her skills.
“Since the release of my last single, “Large up”, I took a break and have experienced new things that have helped me come up with mature stuff. Reggae music is no kid’s stuff; it requires messages that have an impact hence my silence.” she said.
She adds: ”Currently, I am finalizing my album “Black roots” and I’m working with a number of producers, locally and international and it will carry 11 songs,” said Zion calling hit maker.
Inspired by Jamaica’s Tanya Stephens, Queen Fyah began her music journey around 2010. She describes her whole musical journey as fulfilling.
“Being female reggae sensation is both challenging and stimulating. But Jah has always been my side to reach this far,” she said.