Suffix pushes debut album release to 2018

Gospel rap artist Suffix is pushing back release of his debut album to next year, 2018.

Malawi Christian rapper Suffix

The untitled album is being pushed back because Suffix says he wants proper planning before putting it out.
“we need proper preparations” says Suffix.
Currently Suffix is working with Nigerian artist LimoBlaze who last year released his ‘Unexpected’ EP exclusively produced by Roc Nation producer 9th Wonder.
The Ndikanakhala judge artist says he is keeping details about the album but will tell the public when the time is right.
However the artist did speak about how people are misinterpretating his song Ndikanakhala judge to suit their preferred narrative.
“So the song is in *ABSTRACT FORM* its about a christian who is frustrated with whats going on in the world questioning God why He is not doing much about whats happening around but in the end he realizes how imperfect he is and that he can never be a perfect judge”
Suffix says people have had a tough time to grasp what he meant in the line *Zomapanga feature ma secular artist mu nyimbo kundikhola show ya secular ine sindingapiteko* yet he performs at secular events like Cocacola Kuphaka life event and has been featured on Gwamba’s recent song ‘Ndinampeza’ together with Martse who does secular Hip Hop.
“I have always said its funny how people only qoute those lines (zopanga feature ma secular artist and zosapita ku secular show) as if thats the only tough/tricky lines I said. why is it that they never reacted when I  said *Ndinakakhala Judge ndinakapha ma gay and those who kill albinos?* it just shows how bias people can be sometimes picking/choosing what they want to hear basi”
In 2016 Suffix released his Dethroned Ep which earned him MTV hip hop artist of the year.
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