Malawi’s rising songstress Elly K to release ‘Wonderful’ album

An upcoming musician,  Elly K who is set to release her 10 track debut album titled “Wonderful” soon has said one of her goals is to fight for the rights of women, orphans and the elderly as they are the most vulnerable in society.

Born Ellen Kadango on Tuesday, August 5th, 1989 to Shaban Kadango and Mercy Mbera; the only girl in the family of five  is set to rise to stardom.

Her current album revolves around four themes: Fighting against HIV/AIDS, – the song “Lilia”. Reaching out to the needy, – “ Tiwafikire” is all about helping those in need. Love and Unity, – “Nyerere” explores the theme of oneness. Emotions- “Ngati wandikonda” is an appeal to a mystic lover, imploring (nicely) that lover to commit /prove their love.

Elly K said she feels that if people work together to improve these people’s livelihoods, life would be simpler for them.

Elly K

Elly K

“People still have that mindset where they feel women cannot achieve other things simply because they are female,” said Kadango.

She said she is always working hard to try to reach out to the needy in the society.

“Let’s try to reach out to the old and vulnerable with the little that we have, we can make a difference,” said Ellen.

Ellen has worked with Zembani Band for 3 to 4 months as a dancer and has performed on stage with the band twice in Zambia.

On the music scene, the artist said she has much respect for Ethel Kamwendo and Lucius Banda because of their ability to remain in the industry for a long time.

“Lucius Banda has been doing music for so long but you can see that he manages to remain on the spotlight after all these years.

“I respect Ethel for the way her songs are done as they are always original and she does not change the way her songs are done,” she observed.

The 10 track album will include songs like Ndikanakhala nyerere, Mitala and Pachibwenzi

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