After release of sexually provocative video ‘Single Tonight’ Malawi  rapper Zani Challe plans tour

 

South Africa-based Malawian singer-cum-rapper Zani Challe who has released sexually provocative video ‘Single Tonight’ which was shot in Nigeria is working on a promotional tour for it which will take her to Holland, Zambia, Malawi and Nigeria.

In  Single Tonight, the musician born Zani Chiumia, features one of Nigeria’s first rising artists, Patoranking.

The 28-year-old said the gigs are scheduled to commence in July or August .

Zani is quoted by The Nation newspaper saying Single Tonight is a dancehall/R&B fusion.

“ It’s basically a boy/girl likes the other vibe but in this case the hire is setting the tone and going for what she wants.

Zani Chelle : Single Tonight

Zani Chelle : Single Tonight

“I’ve always felt as women we shy away and don’t say what we really want and feel and miss out on the guy we want. So, this song was about being that bold woman,” she said amidst giggles, according to the paper

Zani explains a chitchat with her producer gave birth to the song.

“The inspiration for the song came from a conversation I was having with my producer just about women being shy to just express what they want from a guy and sending mixed signals. And next thing I recall we were recording the song.

“Now it’s out, I released it last week online but it’s also playing on MTV as well as a few other international channels. It’s playing on most South African channels and a number of television channels outside. I don’t know the names of the channels in the other countries my management submitted to hence making a general statement of international channels,” the paper quotes her.

The song is on most online platforms including iTunes, Google play, Spotify and her plan is to take it to different parts of the world.

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15 thoughts on “After release of sexually provocative video ‘Single Tonight’ Malawi  rapper Zani Challe plans tour”

  1. sain it like it is says:

    kodi inu omwe mukuti izi ndi zachikunja…tsono internet mukugwilitsa ntchitoyi ndiyaku malawi??anthu opusa….jeans wavalayo…sneaker wavalayo…phone wavalayo zonse zakunja koma ukufuna kuloza kuti za ena nde zakunja….achitsilu

  2. Innoc says:

    Mlekeni akukpanga ndalama nanupanganizanu.

  3. dry bone says:

    zachikunja basi

  4. waniga k lingwason says:

    zayambika a malawi kulakalaka ali nick minaj akungofuna kutengera dziko kuchionongeko kwatsala ndikuvula zovala zonse zauhule bas

  5. Mpwenkhi says:

    Nice song. People sell their souls for fame but you sold your body for a feature. Of course most of us will do anything for money and recognition BUT it has to be done properly thus I recommend you sell that body to someone more ‘neh’ next time. You can as well make a sex tape – that could work. Otherwise big up

  6. Bwande says:

    From the comments, one can only conclude that most Malawians don’t understand let alone know anything about music. They want to hear the word Malawi sound as it is. Now that’s naivety at it’s best. Some words are changed in the context of the beat without necessarily changing their meaning. Now that’s what we call art. Interestingly, these same people love music by Pisky who is a master of this same art. Wake up Malawi

  7. Booty Boy says:

    go go zani.u r jst flying gal.l love dat booty !!

  8. Ken says:

    Sometimes you change the pronounciation of certain words to fit well with the beat! Try to sing it with Kwathu ku Malawiih instead of Kwathu ku Malaweeh. Let us celebrate that Malawian artists are going international; Zani Challe, Dan Lu, Tay grin, Major etc

  9. naba says:

    Uyu kuno ku Malawi nkobadwila koma khalidwe ndi lakoko akhalako….

  10. mkada says:

    She can’t even spell ‘Malawi’ right…nothing good about that song..only She have a nice body and that’s the point for the whole video so yeah we like it..

  11. bwata B says:

    glad to hear dat

  12. Bob Mtonya says:

    Don’t like this song. It’s a celebration of being an expendable sexual object by a woman, so sad. Women need to rise to the occasion and take the world head on with their mental prowess as opposed to sexual prowess. This is why I like strictly roots reggae videos where you wouldn’t find any obscene scenes.

  13. Zoona says:

    hahahahaha, Koma Zoona? Malaweee.

  14. Penya says:

    playing it for free???

  15. Zoona says:

    Good song, I see nothing un-Malawian kkkkk. Komano I wonder kuti mpaka Malawi kupangidwa pronounce choncho?

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