Lilongwe-based musician Suffix, real name Aubrey Ghambi, left the country on Thursday for Zambia, where he is working on a number of projects with Pompi.
Born Chaka Nyathando, Pompi is a gospel musician who has been active in the music industry for over a decade in Zambia.
This is not the first time that the two artists have linked up as Suffix also featured Pompi in the track ‘Kutali’ which is in his debut album.
“I am working on a new project and, so, Pompi also thought we should work on another song together,” the ‘Mkazi wa Kumwamba’ creator, said.
He said through their collaboration last year, they have been in touch, hence working together again.
“Last year what happened is that I recorded my part of the song with DJ Sley and then I sent vocals to Pompi. He came to Malawi in April this year and we shot a video which was directed by Sukez,” Suffix said.
Suffix is expected back this week but, apart from collaborating in the new song, they have also been engaged in interviews with media houses in Zambia.
Zambia and Malawian artists have been in collaborations and recently gospel singer Wendy Harawa also collaborated with Kings Mumbi.
Wendy is also on an international initiative that has already seen her working with Kenyan artist Guardian Angel.