Thoko Phiri ignites with a new single: ‘Mukhale Nane’

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Thoko Phiri

Thoko Phiri

One of Malawi’s finest gospel artist , Thocco has just dropped a new hit single on the table to be consumed with the tittle ‘Mukhale Nane’.

Phiri admits not to be only a song writer and singer, but also a season editor for Shepherd Bushiri’s Prophetic Channel and sometimes he take the role of Floor Manager during the live services shooting sessions which he describes as something that puts his creativity to test.

He explains the song ‘Mukhale Nane’ as a song that is looking at the presence of Jesus in one’s life as people do not realize that Jesus is needed in their everyday involvement be it at school, workplace, ministry and family.

The Christ singer adds that he has set free the song for two things in his mind. He told Malawi Zoom:

“The first reason why I have cooked this song is to emphasize the importance of Jesus in one’s life and second is to declare our lives as a Property of Jesus hence in
the chorus which tells Jesus to be available for us all the time.

Thocco said singing is his passion and him as a gospel singer, it all came to Him as a calling as he believes God called him because he is driven by his word to sing.

He has one album so far in his account ‘Yesu ndi Ambuye’ which was launched some year back.

”My music future is bright I am under the heavy annointing of Prophet Bushiri, the man who continues to mentor me”, elaborates Thocco.

Inspired by Deitrick Haddon, Tyshan Knight and Wambali Mkandawire, Godly Phiri confesses to be kept in the gospel flatternity and puts on the cap on them as his music icons.

Thocco has also collaborated with other musians like Christ Melodies in Ndimvereni, Piksy in Wochimwa and Atumwi in Zatheka.—Source : Malawi Zoom

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