Bishop Chimwemwe Mhango makes comeback
Former Musicians Union of Malawi (Mum) President Bishop Chimwemwe Mhango has said he wants to bring his music back to life, having not been active for some time.
Mhango, who has been in the music arena for a long time and made headlines in the past with Mhango Salvation Singers, said this on Monday.
Mhango of the ‘Linda’ fame has not released any new songs for close to two years.
“I recently released ‘Maliro’ but that is a song I just revisited but now I want to apply everything and show the beauty of our own music,” he said.
The former Mum leader has since released a single titled ‘Zamkanika’ which tells the power of God and emplores people not to let Satan rule their lives.
“This is the first taster of the yet to be named album. This is my coming back bringing a diverse repertoire of traditional music beautifully captured in live studio session by Amos Mlolowa and a band of some of our selected A listers,” he said.
The founder of Redeemed Presbyterian Church said more songs would come out before dropping the album.