Malawi songstress Angie turns to gospel

Angella Tivalenji, who in 2016 was nominated as best up-and-coming artist in Urban Music Party (UMP) awards, has turned to gospel.

Angie: I want to minister through music

She joins a flurry of artists who have turned from secular to gospel in the country the most popular being Gwamba and Onesmus Muzik—currently with Prophet Shepherd Bushiri’s Enlightened Christian Gathering.

Angie, through his manager Mwai Grasper Kumwenda, said she would be releasing two songs next week.

Kumwenda said the songs are Ndiza—produced by Janta—and Ali Mwaine— by Chance.

In Ndiza, the persona talks about total submission to God, calling on Him to lift him up. And, in Ali Mwaine, the persona exalts God saying the one that is him—meaning God—is greater than anything imaginable in the world.

In an interview, Angie told Nyasa Times that her aim is to reach out to people with the word of God through music.

“I want to minister through music,” said Angie, who is next week graduating with a Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery degree.

The songs will be made available on various online music portals in the country, including Malawi-music-com, according to Kumwenda.

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Ngolingoliwa
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Much as this is commendable, i have noticed with great concern how a lot of Malawian urban artists are now turning to Gospel. Though praising our Lord through songs is for everyone, i feel like some are in it for the money.Gospel music has a bigger audience who actually attend shows and pay on the door, some even take their entire families. I feel like some of these artists are taking advantage, some even come openly in their songs asking for Bushiri’s recognition. I am not against artists turning to Gospel, but just remember that you are a bridge between… Read more »
M\'jomba
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In Ndiza, the persona talks about total submission to God, calling on Him to lift him up. And, in Ali Mwaine, the persona exalts God saying the one that is him—meaning God—is greater than anything imaginable in the world.

She is a girl (SHE) not a boy (HE).

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Angie, this is a wise decision you have done. God will exceedingly be your rewarder and you shall rejoice in singing for Him and for His Glory. Keep it up and never look back!

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