Faith Mussa on Saturday hailed South African musician Reverend Benjamin Dube for giving him the opportunity to perform with him.
He said this following the premiere of a praise and worship track titled ‘Ulemerelo’ on YouTube.
In the song, that was shot last year during a live concert in South Africa, Mussa collaborated with Dube and Jimmy Vilakazi.
“I thank God to have sat under this great man. A day before this night I was so nervous and I think he noticed. He called me aside and said “son, tomorrow is a big day, remember to have fun. It comes once. If you make a mistake, don’t let it show on your face. Just dance through it,” Faith said on his Facebook page.
He said he was happy that the praise and worship song was out and called on people to sample it and the message.
“It is a beautiful song with a beautiful message. I am so thankful for working with Reverend Benjamin Dube and working with him last year taught me a lot,” Faith said.
Dube decided to work with Faith after sharing the stage at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe during a concert.
He described Faith as a talented musician and that that was why he decided to bring him on board to be part of his project.
The splendor of the song according to Faith, is that it is in Chichewa and that during the concert in South Africa, the audience enjoyed the track.
Vilakazi stands out with his vocals in the song and the lyrics go like Ulemerelo ukhale ndi inu Yehova, oyera ndinu Yehova…
Apart from the vocals, Faith also played the guitar in the track.
He sings in the song: Mwandipatsa mphamvu Yehova, mwandipatsa ulemu Yehova, mutamandike Yehova, mutumbikike Yehova and goes on to say ulemerelo ukhale ndi inu Yehova, ulemerelo ukhale ndi in Yehova…
The track which is danceable and sees Dube taking to the stage to show his dance moves is all about praising God as the maker of heaven and earth.
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