Youthful musician Medson Kapeni, who goes by the moniker Med C, has finalised his debut album titled Nkhondo, which he plans to release next month.
He said he intends to launch the album in January next year.
“I feel it is now time to out my very first album on the market. It has not been easy putting it together but God has been in the forefront,” he said yesterday.
Apart from the title track ‘Nkhondo’, some of the songs that make the album include ‘Oyeye’ and Mwamva’.
“I had to be patient. I should admit there was so much pressure but I had to move at my own pace. Again God’s time is always the best and this is the time finally,” he said.
Med C hailed Magic Fingers, led by United States of America (USA) artist Tiwonge Mhango, for offering support despite parting ways.
“I will be failing if I do not say thank you to Tiwonge Mhango. In fact, he has made it possible that this album is finalised. It has been hard work since I started recording this 10-track album and I am optimistic people will love the songs,” he said.
Med C said he has tried as much as possible to fuse in different genres to appeal to everyone and that the 10 songs have different messages including those on love.
“I am using my talent to advise people to work hard in whatever they do and there are also messages of gender-based violence and early marriages,” he said.
The urban artist said he wants to use the album to raise funds to establish a youth organisation.
“I am not saying much on this but I would like to establish a youth organisation where youth would be meeting to share ideas and grow our talents,” he said.
Med C has in the past years worked with Patience Namadingo before partnering Magic Fingers.