Gwamba drops new single: ‘Ndi ofewa’

Local hip-hop artist Gwamba has dropped a new single titled “Ndi ofewa” courtesy of his stable Prime Time media on Friday, July 19.

The latest release which features Emm Q of Pittie Boiz is a four minute love and dance song, produced by BFB.

The two Lilongwe based artists rap and sing about a beautiful flexible girl in vernacular language.

Gwamba says “the song is for everybody, it is different from what I do. I will be giving Malawians nothing but the best hip-hop songs.”

The song is Gwamba’s first release under Prime Time Media, after he signed a recording and management deal with the label this month.

Gwamba (R) with dancehall artist Blakjak

Gwamba (R) with dancehall artist Blakjak

The song which is now out on radio is also available online for free downloads on: and

The artist is expected to release few more singles and videos before Prime Time Media releases his most anticipated yet-to-be-titled album early next year.

Gwamba has become one of the most popular Malawian rappers on the local scene, enjoying radio airplay and live performance bookings in the cities of Lilongwe, Blantyre, Mzuzu and Zomba.

Born Duncan Zgambo in November 4, 1990, Gwamba is Malawian rapper well-known for his style and delivery of hip-hop lyrics in vernacular Chichewa.

From Rumphi, Northern Malawi, he derived his stage name from tribal language Tumbuka, which means ‘Someone Who Gives’. Gwamba started rapping in 2005 as a kid who grew up in the capital Lilongwe.

He started recording as a solo artist 2009 and has dropped hit singles such as “Mmesa, “Tikakumane Kumadzi’, “Sindingasiye Bawa”, “Carina ya Mdala” and the latest “Ndi Ofewa”.

A song-writer, Gwamba’s lyrics are inspired by real life and being around good people. He has worked with local hip-hops heavyweights such as Barry One, Young Kay, Third Eye, Phyzix and dancehall star Blackjack, among others.–Malawi News Agency

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