Mulanje-based gospel musician Doreen Mwaliwa has released her second album titled Akanapanda Yehova.
The album is a follow up to her debut album Chiyambi which she released in 2011.
The 12-track album was recorded at Sound wave Studio.
Mwaliwa said her second album was continuing the message that she started in his first album which talks about the greatness of God.
“We are living in the last days and it is important that we stick to God. The title track of the album takes its message from Psalms 124,” she said.
Mwaliwa’s music journey started way back when she was performing with a choir but in 2000 she decided to go solo.
“I started composing my own songs in 2010 but then I released my debut album in 2011. And now it has taken five years to release my second album,” said the singer.
Mwaliwa believes she is making strides in her gospel music career and that people have started embracing her songs.
“Some of the songs are currently enjoying airplay in some of the local radio stations. At the moment I am still working on when to launch the album but I do hold my own live shows especially in Mulanje,” Mwaliwa said.
The album has songs such as Wodala Munthuyo and Kuli Mtsinje Wochiza which has the title similar to Thoko Suya’s song but Mwaliwa said they were two different songs.
“I listened to Thoko Suya’s song and despite having the same title, the style is different,” she said.
She said music to her is a ministry.
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