New gospel artist Hellings Masamba releases ‘Chisomo’ album

A new gospel artist has risen in Lilongwe with an announcement that his mission is to target both born again Christians and non-believers.

Hellings Masamba
Hellings Masamba

Twenty-eight year-old Hellings Masamba has since released his debut album titled Chisomo with many of his songs already enjoying the airplay in some of the Christian radio stations in the country.

Speaking in an interview, Masamba said he was happy that he has finally realised his dream of reaching out to the people with the gospel through music.

He said the main message in the album is about repentance, hope for Christians, grace, love and the goodness of God.

The fourth year Mass communication student at African Bible college said he started composing in 2009 adding although the album has 10 songs only, he has in stock many more songs enough for 3 more albums.

He said his effort to record the rest of the songs is being hampered by lack of sponsorship.

The album among others features songs such as Amandikonda which according to Masamba, talks about the love that God has showered personally to him.

Other tracks are Mwamumvetsa kuwawa, Ndalephera, You are holy, Mumtanda, Zikomo Yesu, and Ndalephera, Munaonamo chani and Thanthwe.

He said the album has variety of beats including Pasada, Reggae, R and B, and tradition, to offer listeners a wider choice.

According to the artist, the official launch of the album will take place towards the end of this year.

“The reason we still live today is because God is gracious and merciful. He wants us to change and we must do that quickly before time runs out” he said in his message to gospel music lovers in the country.

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7 years ago

God is great Masamba keep on preaching through music.

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