Barely months after Gwamba caused a social media storm for weight loss, the rapper is now more determined to deliver on charity works and focused on music career.
Speaking in an interview, the South African based gospel rapper revealed working on new music and promised a landmark announcement in 2019.
“I was locked in a meeting with other stakeholders where we have signed a memorandum of agreement. Malawians should brace themselves for this announcement. We have big plans for Malawi,” he revealed.
He was not forthcoming on the pronouncement, saying Malawians should keep their fingers crossed.
Lately, Gwamba has been involved in charity works such as donating food to street children and entertaining the underprivileged for free during the festive season.
Commenting on his music career, Gwamba revealed working on new music.
“My job as a gospel artist is to get as many souls as possible. Depriving the public from enjoying my music defeats the whole purpose of being an artist,” saidGwamba whose real name is Duncan Zgambo, “That is also why I feel comfortable working with secular artists.”
Gwamba’s music journey started in 2005 at Saint John’s Secondary School before linking up with Lilongwe based producer DJ Sley.
Since his switch to Gospel music, he has released one album and an EP which have won him 7 awards in 3 years as a gospel artist.
Launched in 2016, “Jesus is my Boss” album has hit songs such as “Better”, “Alleluyah”, “Heaven” and “Ndavala Masamba” while “In Advance” EP contains hits such as “Mapiko” and “Mbama”.