Queen B set to release ‘don’t waste my time’ album

South African-based Malawian R n B/ Raggae female singer Bertha Chiumia, also popularly known as Queen B has revealed that she is set to release her album “Don’t waste my time” this year.

Queen B

Queen B

In a telephone interview with Nyasa Times on Sunday from her base in South Africa, Queen B said the album, which will have seven songs was recorded by Ralph Ching’amba at Ralph Recording Studio in Johannesburg.

Queen B said she has taken her time to come up with the album.

“ You need to give people quality material worth their money ,” she stated.

Some of the songs in the album include, wa chi Malawi and Don’t waste my time, You know it already, Things will never be the same, Never say never, Osamalonjeza and Mwachikondi chanu,

In wachi Malawi, the song talks about love and deceit, where a man who once swore to love his girl friend changed his mind to marry someone in another country leaving her girl heartbroken.

Listening to her music, there is sagacity of originality and creativity, a touch of ownership, difference and uniqueness in a genre, dominated by men, across the globe.

Born in Kasungu district, Queen B said she knows the road is not easy because she has to prove her worth to the Malawian music lovers.

“Since I started music, response from people has always been encouraging. Only that l was not taking music seriously until when l went to South Africa where some people encouraged me to put an extra gear,” she said.

She added: “A few years from now, I want to see myself getting far . More people should be motivated with my music. I want to change the perception of people that if you a woman ventures into music she is a prostitute. This is just a career. People should remove that mindset because female musicians are like every woman, who is also working in a certain career,” said Queen B.

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Khendulo Chimoyo

Yes keep it up Queen,,dont lisen to those pipo they come with stupit minds.just focus on yocarieer.ofcouse iknow u from here in joburg u work with one of ma best frends.ihv been lisertning to yo music..u rock Queen nd icant wait for this..


Try to encourage others and just come out with you career so that we can also comment on it. Guys don’t always be stupid


Queen B, Keep it up young girl, so inspiring and promising.

All qualities are in you, BEAUTY is number 1. A nsanje anena cha?

Some people are there just to descourage someone, nomatter how good you do
in life; there will be opposers and critics, DONT MIND THEM, Concentrate on your
business. Poti ndi mtumbuka, nde ikhale nkhani, koma akadakhala mchewa kapena
mlomwe nde ma comments mbwee-ee! II-ii a malawi, tidzayamba liti kukondana
eni ake monga dziko? Kaya ndi mtumbuka, sena, lomwe, yao etc lets love one another,
we are all Malawians.

Girl, alot of apprausal from me, pitiriza, ukubwera booo-ooo!!

sain it like it is

she doesnt even know what genre of music she wants to do..how then can we take her serious….xenophobia yavuta ku joni mumvekele ndinu oimba?zopusaa…

Charlie Days

That is great. Keep it up. Waiting to enjoy this album too.

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