NEWS | MUSIC
By Franco Mwachande Jnr.
Music is one effective weapon that narrates various ordeals to various audiences. For one, Up and coming reggae gospel musician, Abusa Blessings Chisi, music is a tool for spreading the word of God.
The South-African based Malawian artist is set to release his second professional album, Ndikumbutse Udzakumbukire very shortly.
Chisi, a reggae fan himself, believes using the genre to spearhead his message was the surest way of reaching out to Malawian believers, his main targeted audiences.
“This is one of the genres that is well respected and I believe in Malawi we will go a long way developing it,” he said.
Meanwhile, Chisi is convinced Ndikumbutse Udzakumbukire album is going to be well received, unlike his debut album which was released some time back.
“I did not have enough money to market my album but this time we have engaged a professional South African music company that will do the marketing and distribution,” he said.
Ndikumbutse Udzakumbukire is an 11 tracked album that comprises of such songs as Ndine wamantha, Dziwa Mlengi, and Even if I try among others.
According to the budding artist, several songs in the album address issues affecting the youth in the Christian community.
Tthe album generally addresses almost all sectors of a believer’s everyday life. It’s an album worth listening to,” he challenges.
The album was produced and recorded at Ralph Records by Ralph Ching’amba in the Republic of South-Africa.