A good number of Malawian musicians are believed to have the local market as target for their products but that is not the case with J Recks who is doing just the opposite.
The lad has shared his ambition at a time when most young musicians from countries with a vibrant entertainment industry are getting international recognition.
Citing a number of youthful African musicians with a name, he believes nothing can stop him from getting there. He says good management is a recipe for breakthrough in music.
“If young musicians like Kiss Daniel, Korede Bello, and Nasty C made it, nothing can stop a Malawian boy like me from getting there. It’s just a matter of having good management,” he said
As a matter of staying true to his dreams, Recks has released a song titled Nachi which is in English language. It falls in Afro pop genre.
He explains the use of English as a deliberate move to reach a wide audience. In this regard, Nachi is going to everyone across the world.
“I decided to use English in my song so that it can reach everyone wherever in the world.”
In Africa, it has been established that most trending artists do music in English. This helps them add more numbers to their fanbase since people understand and easily memorise their lyrics.
The Malawian boy vows to work day and night in an effort to have his music on international platforms and in the end join musicians who are putting the country on the map.