Gospel musician Andy Seko is now an artist to behold as far as concerts in Malawi are concerned, especially for his hit ‘Usova’ which is now everybody’s darling.
On Sunday Seko proved to hundreds of fans during a fundraising show at Madisi CCAP Church in Dowa where he received ovations.
In the song which he features Henry Masamba, Seko chides all those that are involved in ill-happenings that they will be in hot soup once what they do backfires.
He actually brings home the point that God is not happy when he sees the massacring of albinos and the ill-treatment of the down-trodden including orphans.
Seko who is based in Balaka will soon launch his album ‘Zidzayenda’ at Sheafer ICA Marquee in Lilongwe.
“All those that have a taste of good music will experience fireworks. We’re currently immersed in massive preparations,” said Seko.
The album, recorded at Island Productions by Gift Chidale and mixed at Mwai K Studios by Kumbu, has eleven songs.
Seko’s music careers started as way back as 1999 when he released his debut album ‘Mabwana Inu.’