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C-Scripture in movie Sound-track project

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C-SCRIPTURE — It is amazing doing a soundtrack
for a movie

Lilongwe-based lyricist, C-Scripture has teamed up with Tsar Leo and Spokesman to craft a soundtrack for an upcoming film All We Have Is Us.

The brains behind the film Ashukile Mwakisulu said they were excited to have worked with C-Scripture.

He said Tereza’s Dream Entertainment decided to release the soundtrack to create a hype for the movie.

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“The soundtrack and trailer will act as a teaser to bring a sense of excitement. It is a good film and I hope the audience will love it. We are definitely heading in the right direction as far as film-making is concerned,” Mwakisulu, a renowned playwright and actor, said.

He said they wanted the soundtrack to be contemporary with an African touch to it.

But how did they link up with C-Scripture?

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“I was talking to C-Scripture at that time and I happened to ask him if he could do a song for us. He just had the perfect beat for it. With Tsar Leo and Spokesman, it just got even better. The whole team was happy with it”, Mwakisulu said.

Titled ‘Call Me’, the track has been produced and mixed by Tsar Leo and C-Scripture.

C-Scripture said: “It is amazing doing a soundtrack for a movie. I am excited because it opens up my music to a whole new spectrum of listeners. A whole new audience”.

The film – was written and directed by Mwakisulu while the storyline was developed by Mwakisulu and Priscilla Gondwa.

Mwakisulu said the storyline was inspired by events in Choices TV series.

“We decided to do a film based on one of our characters in Choices, Elsie. The film mainly revolves around this character,” he said.

The film which was completed last year is expected to be released on July 6 2021.

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