Gospel singer set for DVD launch


As the festive season fast approaches, up-and-coming Mzuzu-based gospel songbird Maggie Alinane Msowoya has promised fireworks during her album DVD launch slated for Sunday, December 4, at the Boma Park in Mzuzu.

Titled Chiyembekezo Changa, Msowoya said recently the album carries a message of hope and salvation to both believers and non-believers in songs such as Tiyembekeze pa Yesu, Iwe Tagwada and Timuthokoze Mbuye Wathu.

“My songs are centred on one theme, which is to say God’s love surpasses everything, no matter the obstacles, he will take us through and bring answers to our lives,” Msowoya said.


The soft-spoken songstress started working on the debut album in 2013 and it was released in 2014.

The DVD project started in 2015, with Sunday’s launch marking the climax of it all.

Msowoya said: “People will get the value for their money. There will be live performances from guest artists and such big names from Mzuzu like Donnex Muva.”


Asked on her journey into gospel music, Msowoya said she started singing at a tender age but got serious in 2006.

With inspiration from queens of the microphone such as Ethel Kamwendo Banda, Favoured Martha and Martha Kasambara Katsache, 30-year-old Msowoya cherishes the music ministry for its potential to reach out to multitudes in a little space of time.

“In fact, my launch will be a double celebration because I was born on December 3, and I plan to start working on my second album in June 2017,” she said.

Currently undergoing lessons in playing acoustic guitar, Msowoya said the skills will be crucial when she goes out to minister in rural areas where there is no electricity for performances.

As way of striding her way to a fully fledged artist, Msowoya is also taking keyboard lessons.

The launch will be curtain-raised by Kamwendo Banda, Kamuzu Barracks, Martha, Ainafe Trywell, Muva and Marisa Nundwe among others.

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