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Queen Fyah in double track release

Written by  Moses Nyirenda
Queen Fyah-As a Rasta I thought it wise to take part in a fight against gender based violence Queen Fyah-As a Rasta I thought it wise to take part in a fight against gender based violence

Lilongwe, January 25: Blantyre based reggae musician, Queen Fyah plans to drop two new tracks titled ‘be real’ and ‘love your woman’ on February 1, 2018.


Queen Fyah confirmed to Malawi News Agency (Mana) that all is set for the double release after
dropping a single track last year.


“I am ready to release my new tracks whose concept revolves around gender issues,” Queen Fyah said.


The songstress further said that as a Rasta, she contemplated the concept of the tracks after noticing some of the gender based violence which women in the country and across the world are currently facing in different places.


In “Love your woman”, the artist is encouraging men to love their wives saying that many men show love to their wives in their early years of their marriages but later stop showing that love when their wives bear children. 


“On top of that, well to do men take advantage of poor women by giving them favours in exchange of sex,” Fyah said


She added that she thought of fighting against gender based violence through the songs because she believes music is a powerful tool of bringing change in society.


The reggae artist is confident that people will love the tracks which have enlightening messages.


The two tracks have been mixed by Coolpro Entertainment.


Owner of Coolpro Daffy Chikakuda the tracks are ready for release and commended the artist for coming up with mature production.


Chikakuda, who is also manager of the artist, said the tracks will be included in Queen Fyah’s debut album set for release in July this year.


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