Lilongwe-based reggae dancehall artist Khingi has finally dropped his debut album titled 'Believe'.
Khingi said people who want a digital copy have a two-week window.
"I want to sell it myself first but it will soon be on major streaming sites Spotify, Deezer, AudioMack, iTunes and YouTube."
Reggae Dancehall fan, Patrick Kalimbuka hailed Khingi for the matured content in the album.
"The album has well crafted songs with powerful messages. It has that nostalgic feel. It reminded me of the ragga muffin days," he said.
He further disclosed that he likes the album title track 'Believe', saying the song truly deserves to carry the album.
Meanwhile, a video for one of the songs 'Al Jazeera' video has been released and it available on Khingi's Youtube channel and on local TV stations.
On the song, he sings, "Osaulura yomwe ukudalira! Mafrenzo ena ndi ma news carrier! Trust no one."
In an interview after the video release, Khingi outlined that the song reminds everyone to trust no one.
"As we believe in ourselves and set out to achieve our goals, we should remember that the universe is flooded with people who don’t really wish us well and will work against us in the guise of best friends, workmates and drinking pals. We should be careful and guard ourselves from such types of people," he added.
'Al Jazeera' video was shot and directed by Ceroy of Urban Dynamix Media while the audio was produced by Warge.
He further described the video as simple.
"As I perform my set, three friends are busy discussing me. Warge is among the three friends in the video probably discussing something about me that they have seen on social media," he said.
The album is available on sale via mobile money on Mpamba 0881306223 and Airtel Money 0999577441.