South Africa-based Malawian songbird, Rachael Nyirenda, has finally released her debut gospel album, Mbuye Wanga Munalinane, carrying strong messages of hope and encouragement.
Before she started singing for the Lord, Nyirenda released two secular albums.
Nyirenda said people should expect more good music from her latest album, which is strewn with testimonies of how God saved her life when she suffered for over six months.
“This is a powerful album and carries very powerful testimonies about my life. Without God, I could have lost my life by now.
“I have taken my time to come up with this album and I am very sure that it will change many lives and my plea is that Malawians should take time and listen to my songs with an open ear,” Nyirenda said.
She added that she has come with a different style of gospel music, one that is set to change the industry.
“Actually, I have come to stay,” she said.
Recorded by Khatwa Aligiza at Alimoso Studios in Blantyre, some of the songs that make the album are ‘Kulira Kwanga’, ‘Watondeka Satana’, ‘Mwayika Njira’, ‘Ndamasulidwa’ and ‘Dziko Latsopano’.
However, Nyirenda is not in a hurry to launch the album.
“I plan to launch it later this year, if all goes well,” Nyirenda said.
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