Award winning gospel Hip Hop artist Gwamba has dropped the visuals for his scintillating hit song ‘Unatha’.
The audio came up a few weeks ago while the video was shot by Malawian acclaimed director Sukez in South Africa where he is based.
The star disclosed that he is taking a different path in his music career and wants videographers to step up their acts if they will have to work with him saying it is not disrespect but nowadays videos all look the same and he wants a unique take.
‘Unatha’ will be available on some of the continent’s reputable music channels like Trace Africa.
Off his second album tittled ‘Mama Said God first’ which comes out on September 29 the song will be on international music hosting platforms iTunes, Deezer, Amazon, Spotify, Tidal and YouTube.
Speaking to journalists at a media premiere at Mount Soche in Blantyre Gwamba said the song is about friends who always try to bring you down despite how much one tries to change for the better.
“In life, whether you are a Christian there are friends who have bad habits and they will try as much as they can to bring you down from being a better person. You hear in my song I am talking about how they see you as a real man because you have so many girls or you buy alcoholic beverages.
"You will find that in the second verse Gwamba is telling the other version of Gwamba about the kingdom of God and how he needs to be resilient in his change,” he said.
Over the last couple of years since he announced he has changed from secular music to gospel Gwamba has had hits back to back some of which include Better, Alleluya, Mr Yesu, Mbama and Nthawi zanji.
He said he is not fazed by people who still do not accept his decision to do gospel music.
“I have six hit songs in the past three years. I don’t take what people say on social media because stats do not lie,’ he said.
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