Piksy crafts Vision 2063 theme song


Piksy continues to play an important role as an artist in tackling issues using his musical talent, with the latest seeing him stitch a Vision 2063 theme song titled ‘Malawi 2063’.

This is not the first time for Piksy to produce theme songs as he has done so on a number of projects.

The former Airtel Malawi Ambassador has spoken highly of unity in the track, calling upon people to work together for the development of the country.


“When you get such opportunities as a musician, all you can say is thank you. I was asked to work on this song and I accepted the challenge. It wasn’t easy to do it. Just the thought of the issue got me tensed up,” the ‘Unamata’ star said.

He maintained that being asked to do a project “that big is an honour”.

“But I am glad I did it, and I am glad they approved it. I can only thank God for the gift and all these opportunities. In this period, when the industry has been affected by Covid, you can only look forward to more of such opportunities,” Piksy said.


The Vision 2063 championed by National Planning Commission was launched last Wednesday by President Lazarus Chakwera and it seeks to transform Malawi from a least developed country into an upper middle-class economy in the next 42 years.

National Planning Commission Communications Manager Thom Khanje said Wednesday they were satisfied with the theme song.

“This is a theme song for Malawi 2063 new vision for the country and is aimed at creating public awareness and promoting ownership of the vision among Malawians,” Khanje said.

He said, listening to the track, it has a powerful message with key information about the vision including the vision statement which is ‘Inclusive Wealth Creation and Self Reliance’.

“The song also spells out three main pillars of the vision which are agriculture productivity and commercialisation, industrialisation and urbanisation,” the NPC spokesperson said.

He said the Malawi 2063 vision is youth-centric, hence the choice of Piksy and that the song was done in consultation with their youth core advisory panel comprising youth representatives from all areas of the country.

“They wanted an artist who has an appeal amongst the youth and Piksy came out top,” Khanje said.

He then called on people to listen to the track, which is enjoying airplay in some of the local radio stations.

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