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Malawians Need Hope - Chinga

Artists should bring hope through music Artists should bring hope through music - pic courtesy of Miracle Chinga

Gospel artist Miracle Chinga has urged Malawians to embrace God's love in music as a source of hope as they are passing through a lot.

Chinga said this is because in times of joy or adversity, God remains steadfast, offering comfort, peace, and unconditional love.

She said this after releasing her music video on Friday titled 'Mfumu ya Mafumu'.

She explained that the song's message resonates deeply with Malawians, reminding them to embrace their faith and seek guidance from God in every aspect of their lives.

"This gospel song is a powerful expression of praise and worship to our heavenly Father, God. Its uniqueness lies in its ability to transcend generations and touch the hearts of Malawians," she said.

The 'Kumwamba nkodabwitsa' hit-maker has further encouraged fellow artists to always remember the purpose and impact of their music.

She added that artists should focus on creating content that not only entertains but also leaves a positive and meaningful impact on the listeners.

"Whether it's spreading love, inspiring hope, or encouraging resilience, ensure that your message is clear and relatable. Your lyrics and melodies should resonate with the experiences and emotions of your audience," Chinga concluded.

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Last modified on Monday, 04/12/2023

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