Just when you thought you had worn out the repeat button with “Msati Mseke”, Blantyre gospel musician Patience Namadingo is back with another hit “Macheza”.
A surprise release that came out this week, “Macheza” is the singer’s second track off the upcoming record, “Lero”.
The musician takes his compositions to another level as he further uncovers his creativity, going beyond the habitual “local gospel” approach.
In “Macheza” Namadingo remains true to his lyrical brilliance as he pleasingly paints a picture on the adventures in the afterlife, in heaven.
It is a song that leaves music lovers across gassed and thirstier for his come-back album, set for release towards the end of this month.
Namadingo has since announced that the new full album will be unveiled on the night of November 28, during a scheduled launch at the Comesa Hall in Blantyre, then at the Capital Hotel in Lilongwe the following afternoon.
According to the official concert flier, “Lero” album launch will be supported by his longtime gospel brother, the “Desperate” composer and singer, Faith Mussa.
After a year-long break without releasing any new material, Namadingo in August put out the hit “Msati Mseke”, a song that is still rocking the country’s airwaves.
Listen to the new banger “Macheza” here: http://www.malawi-music.com/P/563-patience-namadingo/1198-macheza.