Delano releases Kukongola Kwako video

The Afro-Pop/Dance singer, Delano on Tuesday released his new video “Kukongola Kwako’, a song that reveals one’s admiration of African-Malawian in particular- woman’s beauty.

Delano: Kukongola Kwako

Delano: Kukongola Kwako

Hinged on acoustic guitar, the song curves on one endowed and cultured woman who stands out of many with her striking beauty that reflects her well-bred character.

Delano real name Maurice Nkawihe told Nyasa Times:  “I feel more connected with people through my songs because of what I sing about, and I believe they will love this video.”

Produced by Stevie ‘StichFray’ Chibwazi of D&T Records, Kukongola Kwako is one of three singles the artist released last year, and has been working on this video for almost six months.

Delano disclosed is currently working on two more videos as he prepares to release his second album this year.

“In this project, I have explored more on love and beauty. Love is the main theme for my yet to be out album. Love is universal language that can be understood by everyone. It’s a language that we speak even without words.”

Delano released Kukongola Kwako, Ndiwe and Zofuna Mtima, which project a new direction and focus on the side of this artist whose lyrics sound captivating and mature.

Delano-professionally trained journalist assembles Dance and R&B elements to create a fusion that appeal to body, mind and soul.

He firstly surfaced on music scene with a hit single, Tonthola that was part of his 2012 debut album project Dziko, which also featured another piece Kadona.

You can watch and download Kukongola Kwako on the following link:

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dkIN2bPJLo

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4 thoughts on “Delano releases Kukongola Kwako video”

  1. anduna says:

    Ameneyu ndiye uti?

  2. lootepo says:

    Kodi Delano -yu si Maurice nkawihe, reporter wa nyasatimes uyu. Zinazi ukamva abale koma limbika chamawa sichidziwika

  3. Gift mumba says:

    People will like it.

  4. Khuth'upa oMachemba says:

    I have listened to the audio. But I await critical comments by “Ujeni” before passing judgment, or even attempting to give marks fairly! I will wait, even though his comments on anything Malawiana are as predictable as the sun will rise from the east.

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