Having released a song whose title ‘Barbershop’ drives people to different meanings, up and coming artist Provoice has finally explained a theme that is deeply entrenched in the art.
The Lilongwe based reggae dancehall artist let out ‘Barbershop’ a fortnight ago. With the song still in its preliminary stages of market penetration, a number of people have been wondering as to what is is all about.
In an interview, Provoice, whose real name is Lameck Mwenebanda said, his song is one of those tunes which aim at promoting positive feelings about oneself.
“Barbershop is a feel good song my people. I titled it Barbershop because people feel that they are looking good when they shave,” said Provoice.
He added, the song is the first single off his debut album, Knock it 1966, which will be unleashed in August. Questions are also raining regarding title of the album.
However, the musicians says he cannot preempt everything regarding the album at this point, let alone assure Malawians of the best collection which features one of the country`s top musicians.
In 2014 ProVoice released his smash hit titled PokoPoko which he featured MAMU Awards Hip Hop artist of the year 2013 Gwamba which was f ollowed by another international collaboration with RAS ZION titled Church Mouse.
ProVoice has shared stage with international acts like Busy Signal and Exco Levi at (Sand Music Festival 2015) and top local artists like, Black Missionaries, LuLu, Lucius Banda, Sally Nyundo,Nepman, Gwamba, Blakjack, Martse, Janta, Sangie, Saint,Blasto, NesNes, BarryOne, Chycoon, Malinga Mafia Mafunyeta (Late) and Diktator.
Mwenebanda joins Ghana`s Stone Bwoy and Nigeria`s Patoranking in the Afro-reggae-dancehall movement. In this respect, he considers himself an artist who subscribes to that genre of music and not the popular Jamaican type.