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Saint drops a new track

Written by  Roselyn Phiri
Saint Performing on Stage Saint Performing on Stage

Lilongwe, January 25, 2019: A Blantyre based contemporary urban artist, Yamikani Chikwawe popularly known as Saint has released a single track titled “Ntenga Moyo,” on Monday, January 21.

Saint confirmed to Malawi News Agency (Mana) that the hit has been released on Monday and it has carried the message of love; he is expressing love to her girl on how she handles his life.

In the track he said he has quoted other artist’s songs like Tangochidula by black Nina, Tsika by Sonyezo and Ungondibwerezera by Lulu.

“This was done to bring a different vibe to the song and I made sure that I drive the other artist’s songs to my song’s concept,” he explained.

The Delilah star has never done a direct love song as in praising a woman, appreciating the beauty in a woman this is the first time to do so.

“This time around, I just wanted to take it easy on the message and just bring in a simple love song because so many ladies requested me to do so that’s why I had to compose this song,” he said.

“My songs are always targeted to everyone, I don’t really choose the audience, it depends on how relatable the song can be to any other person, so if someone feels like they are in love this is their song,” Saint explained.

Saint added that his fans should expect a feel of good vibe and dance to it, saying this is just about  lovers out there and the people who love to dance and enjoy, the video is already done and it will be out next week on January, 28.

The track Ntenga Moyo has been produced at matrix records by Sispense as well as OBK records by OBK himself.


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