Frank Chimpanzi delivers full worship experience


By Yankho Seunda:

Gospel musician Frank Chimpanzi on Saturday night underlined his flair as a robust worshipper when he treated an impressive audience to a music ministration during the launch of his fifth album titled Something New at Golden Peacock in Blantyre.

The concert themed ‘Restored’, which also had a live DVD recording on its bill, came barely five days after Chimpanzi released two singles titled ‘Tiye’ and ‘Ofanana Naye’ off Something New.


Chimpanzi as the headliner gave the patrons a complete worship experience and backed by singers, he jumped on stage around past eight and left no stone unturned in his performance.

It was evident through the projections and key matching vocals that the music ministry on the night had a special purpose of winning souls.

The ‘Bwerani’ hit maker served a number of songs over his two sets and they included ‘Alpha and Omega’, ‘Mukwezeke’ and the highlight of the evening ‘Restored’.


Chimpanzi was energetic showing his readiness of the launch and throughout his set, he affianced the audience flawlessly ushering them into a praise and worship session before paving way for Wakhu Kaluwa.

At a time most would have thought the disturbing sound feedback at the onset of her performance will crown her mood for execution, Wakhu allowed her golden voice sail through.

Speaking after, Wakhu said she was delighted to be a part of the restoration night, stressing on the need for people to embrace music as a gospel ministration tool.

“This was a night of restoration and I pray through our music, people’s lives have been restored, to us this is a ministry and we are in the business of winning souls to Christ through music,” she said.

Renowned filmmaker Flora Suya, who attended the show, described the performances on the night as phenomenal and mature.

“Frank Chimpanzi is a power house and it was only ideal that the event get to be as detailed to the core,” Suya said.

Chimpanzi expressed happiness over the immense patronage and support he received during the concert.

The musician took time out to thank some individuals, who have mentored him in his music journey and they included Pastor Zack Kawalala and Pastor Mapunda Ngwira of Word Alive, who he indicated have shaped his spiritual journey.

‘This is a great welcome back home concert least expected of course because of my long absence in the music industry in between and it was emotional once again connecting to my fans,” he said.

On his next move, the artist, who surprised his wife with a special song, which they danced together, said he will wait to hear what God says and that for now he will push the promotion of the new album.

Pastor Kawalala, who is Word Alive’s senior pastor, said music is integral to the worship of God and that prophetically, “it brings ministration to our lives”.

“Minister Frank does not just seek to perform and make money out of it, but he is a great worshiper too, he sings past entertaining people and seeks to glorify God always,” Kawalala said.

The evening also saw performances from Simplice Bless and Faith Mussa, who disclosed that he plans to release a new album soon.

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