Moyale Barracks soldier makes progress in music
Malawi Defence Force (MDF) soldier Fostino Chimombo, who is based at Moyale Barracks in Mzuzu, has shown his other side of talent by racing on with music.
Chimombo, better known as Bishop, joins other MDF artists who are also into music including Dave Kampala of the ‘Alandira’ fame and Kamuzu Barracks Gospel Singers.
The 30-year old artist has since dropped a single ‘Sinazolowere’ in which he has featured Twin M of the ‘Ndizifinyika’ signature.
The reggae musician said the single is part of his first six-track album set for release next week.
He described the album as mature and that the track ‘Sinazolowere’ talks about peace.
“I am trying to impart some sense in Malawians that they must concentrate on making money and deal with their problems while leaving other people’s business aside,” Chimombo said.
He described his reggae music as unique and that it has new additions set to excite music lovers.
“My other songs are there to motivate youths. This is why I have worked hard to bring a new version of reggae music. In some of the songs, I am also preaching about Jesus Christ,” Chimombo said.
Apart from ‘Sinazolowere’, other songs making the list of the album include ‘Sera’, featuring Twin M, ‘Get Your Bread’, ‘Elloi’, ‘Confess’ and ‘It Worked’.
The album titled Sinazolowere has been recorded at MA Studios in Mzuzu by Manson Mughogho.