Music maestro Faith Mussa took the world by storm with the release of his thrilling album ‘Kalilima’ this week and now we have visuals for one of the songs.
The hardworking one-man band is currently in South Africa where he was filming a live DVD with gospel legend Desmond Dube but that has not stopped him.
Released under Beating Heart Label in the United Kingdom the visuals for ‘Ndi Konkuno’ talks about how people can make everywhere and anywhere their home.
Champion for the rights of person with albinism and a world star in his own right Lazarus Chigwandali makes the video as the directors tell a story of a group of youngsters who left their country of Congo due to war and trekked thousands of miles to Malawi.
Despite their precarious situation they found a home and now are on a quest to conquer the world with their dancing moves, an inspiring tale Mussa shares.
“This is music that challenges constraints asking for freedom for citizens in a borderless world,” Mussa says.
Known for his exploration of folk music and a brush of modern vibes the album has songs like 'Werenga' in which he featured Madalitso Band who are also on tour in Europe.
He says: “I am a fusionist,” he says. “I love to fuse modern musical sounds with my Malawian traditional vibes. My music is rich in African traditional and modern sounds.”
Some of the songs include ‘Kwanu Nkwanu’ ‘Pamudzi Pano’ and ‘Aphiri’.
Mussa will soon be performing his new album across the European country’s as he takes Malawi to the world. Among those on the roster include Spain, Canada and UK.
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