According to the newly created Gwamba, he has a lot to brag for. God has been to his camp and did not leave him the same.
He shouts Alleluyah for God has fished him out of the beer den and directed him to the church.
Currently the year has seemed to belong to Gwamba who previously stole Malawi with his single titled “Better” which he featured one of the country’s golden voices Emm Q.
Now he has stormed again with Alleluyah and has amazingly dropped the audio and its video on the same day.
In the song, Gwamba is on top of everyone’s head shouting and bragging all the wonders God has embarrassingly done in his camp. He further vows to keep on serving God despite the road being bumpy.
“Satana ali busy kundibwezeretsa m’mbuyo ine ndili pa easy kuupeza//Oyankhula ayankhule ine ndapanga chitsankho ntanda wa Yesu kuusenza,” challenged the Lilongwe based rapper who has also worked with Emm Q and met up with Dj Sley for the production.
Alleluyah’s video which was directed by Sukez and Hago under HD Plus Creations is another piece that is making 2016.
With a team of talent on it, the outcome has been uplifted in the process meeting the sky hence boosting it to reach international media platforms by all means.
Alleluyah’s bouquet was scheduled to be dropped on Friday, but the artist took it a few days ahead to honour and mourn the death of one of Malawi’s pioneer gospel singers Grace Chinga.
Gwamba said Chinga’s death saddened him as she has been his inspiration in gospel.
The video has already been premiered on a number of local televisions such as Zodiak and Times TV while the audio has been played on almost every radio station in the country.
In addition, both the audio and the video are available for download or streaming on local music sites and on YouTube.