A must-watch! ‘Msati Mseke’ music video by Patience Namadingo

Multi-talented gospel artist, Patience Namadingo, is stamping his authority in the music industry after his comeback from a long break with latest video song “Msati Mseke” becoming a hit sensation on YouTube and radios.

Namadingo: Msati Msekeh

Namadingo: Msati Msekeh

Now Patience is way on a certain level than he used to be.

‘Msati Mseke’, which is vernacular Chichewa, simply means “don’t dare laugh” at how people present themselves before God because God does not look at cultural backgrounds to accept people into His kingdom.

Full of Malawian dance elements, Gule Wamkulu from the central region, Beni from the southern region and Malipenga from the north, this song is the next big hit in Malawi and is it well unveils what people should expect off his upcoming album “Lero” due this November.

As he preaches the gospel, singing about how amazing the Bible says we all are regardless of our cultural differences, Namadingo amazingly tries to sell the enchanting Malawian dances in this song. It is definitely a song for all.

Watch the acoustic performance of the song below:

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Good Citizen
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The ploblem with malawians is that we criticise before hearing facts… read the lyrics below as say that the song is not gospel! Verse 1 (Gulf wamkulu) Msati mseke akadzola matope pepepe pepepe Atavala chigoba choseketsa kunkhope pepepe pepepe Amathamangitsa mpaka wina atope pepepe pepepe Nkumukwapula mpaka wina atope pepepe pepepe Ndalama yake awafupe pepepe pepepe Amasamba kudambo osati pampope pepepe pepepe Amati iwo nvilombo nvilombo nvilombo nvilombo Napepepe Chorus Koma onsewo baibulo liti awafuna Awafuna a-a awafuna Eee awafuna a-a awafuna Abwele avinile iyeyo awafuna a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a Koma onsewa Baibulo liti awaitana Awaita-ana awayitana Awaita-ana awayitana Abwele avinile iyeyo Awaita-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-na… Read more »
Kingster Bella
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Mr. Analyst Don’t be obsessed with irrational eccentric behaviour. Take it easy, it’s a matter of opinion. The only worry here is the extent to which one deviates from even the norms of natural centrist or Natural Reasons. The issue at hand isn’t about how one understands Christianity or the gospel of Christ through the eye of research. We have so many great scholars in the subject of religion or religious studies who may understand a little inline better than an average christian but it doesn’t make them disciples of Christ in understanding the gospel. The gospel is so unique… Read more »
themistocles
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I don’t know how people describe gospel but some of these genres are not gospel in nature. The Bible describes something which has a pargan origin as unGodly and remains thus even if it’s fused into God’s. It’s ONLY MAN WHO CAN TURN AWAY FROM SATANIC TO GODLY. Christianity is not dynamic whether we like it or not. Jeremiah 6:16 gives an incite of what people we’re and how we’ve turned against GOD with the pretext that the acts of the Holly Spirit has changed the set up of christianity. GOD SHALL REMAIN THE SAME AND HIS COMMANDMENTS WILL REMAIN… Read more »
Judge me not
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It’s not easy to sing and let all and sundry like your song no matter how talented you may be. in this world no one is perfect in everything unless you are God Himself. I know you are not but you err. For Namadingo all I can say is keep on singing and praising your Gid the way you can till death do you and music part. Let Chilungamo and his team of Gospel Music judges do their work for they are just good at it. By the way have they ever sang or atleast even a line of a… Read more »
Kingster Bella
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Mr Analyst: To my observation, Chilungamo is very right. You may try to spin it but the gospel is the gospel. Chilungamo isnt disqualifying anybody, so the “Holier than Thou” narrative is out of place. everybody has the right to opinion especially when publication appears in public domain. The guy might be talented however he has questionable judgment hence misplaced talent. The fact that someone mentions the name of God/Christ in the song doesn’t necessarily mean the gospel is being preached. its funny, you stand as an informed person but from the look of things, you have shall understanding of… Read more »
Analyst
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Again you have failed to describe what the real gospel music is. What is the real christian dance, tune, audience or dress code for gospel music? you may enlighten us. Is it that because one is Chewa and grew up in the Nyau traditions, then cannot dance his way out for the Lord? How does Christianity embrace the cultures of the world from America, to Latin America, then Europe to Asia and let alone Africa? How are all these people supposed to sing, dance to be make it gospel? What kind of message should be in their songs? That would… Read more »
Chilungamo
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Looks i may be the first comenter to hold a different view. Does the boy have talent??…certainly yes!!. Is the song Christian Gospel?..certanly no!! There is simply no Gospel in it. Classifyng it a Gospel song is a sign of a serious defecieny in knowledge of what real Christianity is all about. Similar with songs like ‘amawona kuchedwa’ done by Lawi…what Gospel is in that song like seriously?. No wonder the guy would take pride in perfoming at an Unchristian festival such as lake of stars!!..back to the song in discussion…true that God invites all of us to come to… Read more »
Analyst
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I see you are missing the point Mr Chilungamo and perhaps you are one of those confused. You are probably among those who are confined to some belief as a result of brainwashing. The song is clearly about the people of different backgrounds coming together to dance for the Lord. There is nothing wrong with Nyau as a dance as long as it is not attached to any evil belief, but rather in praise of the Lord. There is no prescribed christian dance. May be you may teach us one day. There is not christian way of dressing. Nowhere was… Read more »
Observer
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I agree with Marvin Hanke: we can finally be proud of this music video. Typical Malawian song depicting our rich culture! Lucius Banda at one time also came up with TINA music Video…. it enjoyed more air play then on our radios and TV because it showcased cultural activities. You can easily identify yourself with this song by Patience……Keep it up!!!!! As for our musicians please don’t’ be afraid to depict culture in your songs even if it’s gospel! Most fear kuti ati aziti ndi achimidzi or a gule while the truth remains ……. that’s who we are! I’m telling… Read more »
Nadzowa
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You are raising the flag and keeping us on the map! To add on, what a splendid video! nothing cosmetic but the original. You are a natural Patience. Love your work.

True Malawian Citizen
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True Malawian Citizen

For the first time to see a true Malawian Traditional Piece of Music. The rest, its a waste of time to watch. keep it up man. This is great.

Wachitumbuka
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Woooooow this is a beautiful song!!!

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