Youthful singer and guitarist Patience Namadingo has said his latest hit ‘Msati Museke’, which has impressed many people in the country, has opened doors for him and at the same time given him a huge challenge.
Namadingo said he did not anticipate that the song would win the hearts of many people and that now he cannot afford to relax as the song has set a benchmark for him.
The musician released the hit ‘Msati Museke,’ which saw the song hitting more downloads and on Friday he went on to drop its music video.
The music video which is currently on different platforms on the social media including YouTube has already earned more downloads once again.
“I just don’t know what to say, I have been getting positive feedback, not only from Malawians but foreigners saying they are impressed with the music video. This is why I am saying I have a huge task in front of me to do more and I will try my level best,” said Namadingo.
He was glad to have taken his time working on the music video.
“It took us time working on the music video, I can say it has taken almost a month working on the music video and I am so thankful to the team for their expertise led by Chipie Khonje. We actually had to work on it for several times before coming up with the final product,” said Namadingo.
The musicianseed his aim to help promote the country’s culture but also bring out an identity for Malawi’s music hence starting off with ‘Msati Museke.’
“As I said I will be releasing my new album in December titled Lero and it will have close to 10 songs so for now I am remaining with nine songs. I will be releasing another single ‘Macheza,’ in November so people should just watch the space,” he said.
On the song ‘Msati Museke,’ he said people should not be confused with the message as he is talking about nothing but coming to the Lord.
“What I am saying in the song is that everyone is invited to dine with the king and this is regardless of the colour, creed, race and what have you. So this is why I had to bring in a concept of traditional dances, Beni from the South, Gule Wamkulu from the Central and Malipenga from the North but we are all invited to dine with the King,” he said.
Some of the songs that have put Namadingo in the limelight include ‘Mtendere,’ and ‘Tili Ndi Yesu.’
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