Tag Archives: song analysis

BANDULO BANDULO – A DJ KENLO MASSIVE DANCEFLOOR SMASHER

MUSIC | SONG REVIEW By Anderson Manning’s Gowa As January is echoing its usual cash strapped moments, the Archest Mzuzu-based producer DJ Kenlo, was intensively enveloped in the production kitchen to cool down the effects of this heavy month with Bandulo, a livable danceable tune expected to disturb Malawians in merriment avenues. Freed from the kitchen on the18th of January ...

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K2B GOES SOUR WITH GREEDY POLITICIANS IN “ANGATI” SONG

NEWS | MUSIC | SONG REVIEW By Chifundo Zingunde  “We have nothing to fear…take it over!  – Sizzla Kalonje (Take it over) Barely a few weeks after Phyzo’s MUTIPATSA smasher, ghetto hip hop soldiers in the name of K2B have also added the Cholapitsa star’s echoes by mobilizing the electorates to vote wisely in the forthcoming tripartite. The mobilization is in ...

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KINSMEN, STOP JABBING PUNCHES INTO YOUR KINDRED’S LOVE LIFE

…advises the very veteran Billy Kaunda in Naliyera NEWS | MUSIC | SONG REVIEW By Anderson Manning’s Gowa. “Drop that scumbag. Get rid of that sucker. Of all these men roaming the streets asking your hand in marriage, why settle for that obnoxious faced idiot?” “Why fall for that lady with conspicuous tributes of a man more than a woman? ...

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SANGIE UNVEILS PANGS OF BREAKUPS IN UTENGE NDIWE

Breakups; a burden for innocent children and a cocoon of distress to the divorcees NEWS | MUSIC | SONG REVIEW By Anderson Manning’s Gowa The intricate tubes of the heart are over-inflated. In fact, about to burst as blood is cruising on a 200 kilometer per hour speed to no destination. That future encircled within the precincts of your sweetheart ...

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NDAGWIRA MBENDERA; A HOTBED OF MUCKY POLITICAL REVELATIONS

NEWS | MUSIC | SONG REVIEW By Anderson Manning’s Gowa. As a militant, fully armored with destructive artillery to annihilate the nemesis with zero trace of his previous existence, Anthony Makondesa aka Mr Cool, the remnant of remarkable artisans from Chileka in Blantyre materializes from the college of political knowhow with Ndagwira Mbendera. Ndagwira Mbendera is a rhythm injected in ...

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IS DAN LU DIGGING OWN GRAVE?

NEWS | MUSIC | SONG REVIEW Opinion By Lonjezo Idrissa. A couple of weeks into his new political lyrical propaganda that sugar-coated the current ruling machinery, Afro-Pop dreadlocked icon, Dan Lu is at it again; this time with another litany, Winanso Ayi. Unlike Lozani Zanu where Dan Lu almost entirely exaggerated the developmental marathon the country has sailed through under ...

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LOZANI ZANU; A MELODY FULL OF EMPTY RHETORIC

NEWS | SONG REVIEW By Anderson Manning’s Gowa It has been an all-time Phungu Joseph Nkasa unparalleled lucrative entrepreneurship arena to dupe unsuspected targets. Cowing them down as they naively swallow his well-crafted powerful political lyrical compliments as an accomplishment of a sitting regime campaign fabrications. Falling in the matching political spooky pond is the brains behind the “To be ...

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DAN LU SUGAR-COATS DPP IN LATEST SONG: LOZANI ZANU

NEWS | SONG ANALYSIS By Lonjezo Idrissa. After coming up with a song titled PP Yanyamuka a couple of years ago, where he was praising People’s Party president, Dr Joyce Banda and her party as evidenced in the lines, Mayi olimba mtima Ana achepa mayi/ mukamva PP yanyamuka Amayi Banda musandithawe ndikwele nawo PP chipani chopanda sankho umodzi weniweni tauwona ...

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Enterprising Kelvin, Sings Victory

MUSIC | SONG ANALYSIS By Anderson Manning’s Gowa. Listening to Kelvin Sings’ new gospel tune in town, one thing is for sure, Malawi is moving up the ladder music wise. The gospel piece with well plaited lyrics ignites on a note of ovation to Jesus Christ Kelvin intelligently interweaves 1 Corinthians 6:19 bible verse that talks of our bodies being the ...

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WHEN URBAN MUSIC ARTISTS BECOME SOCIAL COMMENTATORS

SONG ANALYSIS Song review By Lonjezo Idrissa Artist: Crispy Mw Song: Mbola Genre: Blues Money. Bling. Girlz. Cars etc. these are common denominators when it comes to most M-Dubz urban music. Calling a spade by its rightful name, literary over half of the noise that troubles our eardrums courtesy of the so-called urban music artists from Nyasaland is whack; lacks ...

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