Malawi renowned gospel artist, Grace Chinga, who was undeniably the woman on top following the release of her LP, was this week floored by a secular artist, Malawi24 can reveal.
Chinga’s Nzaulura smash which was released late last year made her reign on the top spot of various music charts for several weeks. The afro-dance fused single is now just 2 positions before it says goodbye to the country’s top 10 hits.
Skillfully weaved by Grace Chinga’s son, Steve Spesho, Nzaulura is now facing a stiff competition from a heatwave of quality songs currently being released by other local artists across different genres. But much as it is yet to be known how long the song can survive from the drop in the debutant Malawi24’s official Malawi Top 10 Music Chart of the week as its current standing on position 8 does not offer the much needed comfort.
From what Malawi24 has monitored, Chinga can still afford a smile as her single continues to preach the gospel even within the walls of shebeens, zinkhoswe and all airwaves across the country.
Nzaulura which literally translates to reveal is a warning that people can not keep their unholy lifestyles an eternal secret. Posing as Jesus, Chinga calls on people to repent before it is too late for them to keep their heads above the water.
The Malawi Top 10 Chart’s driving seat is now being controlled by a ProPee (Percy Manyozo) produced love song by Ametak titled Akusilira with close to 50,000 unique downloads.
This is how the whole Top 10 looks like as of this week.
- Akusilira by Ametak
- Blood money by Zafrey ft Mafo, Kho Williams and Stedo legend,
- Mbuye by Tionge Mhango ft Young Kay,
- Levels Ina by Diktator ft The Daredevils,
- Better by Gwamba ft Emmq and Tammy,
- Moyo ndiokondera by Jammy Marcus,
- Young generations by Jane ft Diktator, Matumbi and Nepman,
- Nzaulura by Grace Chinga,
- Mukhale Nawo by Cassim Ibrahim ft Patience Namandingo,
- Iwe ndi ine by Stitch Frey