Musician Billy Kaunda, who is also a Member of Parliament has hailed his brother Wiza Kaunda for continuing with his music exploits.
Wiza who is in the United Kingdom and is in the British Army has dropped two songs – ‘Adani Anu’ and ‘Nkhalamba’.
Wiza, who is the ninth born in a family of 11 children has already dropped a music video for the song ‘Nkhalamba’ and is currently working on a video for ‘Adani Anu’.
Listening to his two songs, Wiza sound similar to his brother Billy, who has done a lot in the music industry in the country.
“I think dropping two songs is a clear testimony that he is serious with music. I am proud of him and I hope he will continue bringing out the best,” Billy, who is the sixth born in the family said.
Although some people have mistook Wiza for Billy as their voices are similar, Billy, said Wiza has his own style of music which he described as unique.
“He is not new in the music scene because he is also the one, who did ‘Andiveka Zingwinjiri Mmiyendo’. I hope people will support him,” Billy said.
Apart from Wiza following in his brother’s footsteps in music, Mkakeni also showed the best of his musical prowess when he sparked with ‘Lydia Girl’.
Billy’s son, Billy Jr, who is in pilot school and his last born Nathaniel are also into music.
“Billy Jr plays almost all the instruments and Nathaniel is learning drums but that is a story for another day,” he said.
Wiza said he loves the way fellow artists in the country have developed in music.
“I encourage artists to continue doing the best and being creative and together we will conquer,” he said.
With two albums to his credit namely Mau Odyera and Alibe Moto, Wiza, said he is working on a new album.
The artist has been in United Kingdom for 11 years but has not held live performances except performing in the church.
“But this time I want to work on live performances. For now let people enjoy the two songs. In ‘Nkhalamba’, I am just telling people to stop criticizing or undermining other people’s jobs, they may look cheap in their eyes but all we want is the end result – money,” Wiza said.
In ‘Adani Anu’, Wiza opens up to say that “we should continue loving our enemies in that through them we get blessings”.