Rapper Jaxstar addresses social ills in ‘No stress’ song

Legal practitioner Chimwemwe Ayanjanisa Jamali popularly known by his rap name “Jaxstar” has stepped out of the courts to condemn fake prophets and address social ills affecting the country in his new song.

Jaxstar Jamali: Condemns false prophets
Jaxstar Jamali: Condemns false prophets

Titled “No Stress”, the song features last year’s breakout star Classik and Afrika and it is currently circulating on social media.

Speaking in an interview with Malawi News Agency on Friday, the artist said the song is a brief statement about what is happening these days.

He pointed out, “Fake prophets selling false hopes, girls bleaching and messing around with big men, girls losing confidence and being okay with being side chicks. Their pride is gone and kids go to school but success isn’t guaranteed.”

”Am done caring and people and am done stressing, I will just be doing me so I can do whatever, some things will just never change,” Jaxstar is heard rapping on the song.

Commenting on his silence in the music industry, the artist said, “I was quite because I was doing school for five years now, am a lawyer and am back in the music business with a different style, am much of a lyrist.”

Jaxstar Started rapping in school with Hypa and prophecy at Michiru Secondary, in 2008 they formed a group called K.O. In 2009 he started working with Baseline Entertainment where he released a mixtape called “200 and Shine”.

Among others, Jaxstar’s previous work includes collaborations with Nepman, Young Kay,Desert Eagle, Dare Devils and Revolver.

He is currently working on his new EP titled “Not for your ears” scheduled for release later this year.

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