Nyasa Queens releases Iwe Wekha

Nyasa Queens is a Malawian female rapper group known for their hit song Uisova . They are a multi talented two young ladies namely Alice Mtanga aka Candy, Shamaelah Gonkho aka Sane  . “Iwe Wekha” is their latest single.

Nyasa Queens drop new single
Nyasa Queens drop new single
Candy: Rap
Candy: Rap

The single, whose video Candy says is likely to be out by the end of next month, and that they will start the shooting next week with SukeZ.

So far Candy, who  is happy with the public’s response to the single assured Malawians to expect more from Nyasa Queens than before.

“It’s doing well, it’s available in Sounds right now and a lot of people are requesting for it,” she says.

She said people can download the Iwe Wekha on it here: http://m.malawi-music.com/song.php?id=4343 via @MusicFromMalawi.

The Lilongwe based rapper said their schedule will not stop them from making more music and fans can expect an album between the months of November-December.

Although hip-hop is largely a male-dominated industry, Nyasa Queens have been able to make their mark on the Malawi hip-hop scene. Asked if they struggles for people to take them  seriously as  female rappers , Candy says:“My work speaks for itself, so no! I don’t face that problem.”

The group already released mixtape titled ‘Muli Bwanji?’ which was  produced by two most versatile producers under SU Records of Janta and at Low Budget Records of the Daredevilz.

Some of the tracks which they did are ‘Muli Bwanji’. This track   attracted a massive support and wide recognition by the youthful audience and continues to enjoy airplay. They also did  ‘Google,’ ‘Shut dem down and , ‘Za ife’.


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Judge judy
Judge judy
8 years ago

Kodi nyimbozi titha kugula kuti? tifuna timvere zimenezi and ma video pa you tube chimodzimodzi

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