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Kings Malembe comes with ‘ Lesa Wilala’

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Kings Mumbi popularly known a Kings Malembe Malembe is in the studio working with several artistes on one track ‘Lesa wilala.’

The ‘Lesa wilala’ song will be in parts called seasons and is expected to come to competition after six week.

The song which will incorporate multi secular and gospel artistes is reminding everyone that only God is the answer to the fight against Covid-19 (corona virus).

Speaking today, May 7, 2020 in Chingola at Bravo Records where he is incorporating Afunika and Francis Mubanga from Hope gospel music, Kings said the battle against covid-19 will be won when people look to God.

He said the “Lesa Wilala’ project intends to feature a lot of artist, where already the song has received good response from Afunika, Francis Mubanga, Judy, Collins, Shenky Sungar, Rich Bees and Angela Nyirenda.

He said the project is to be part of the fight and the solution to Covid-19.

He said the song is talking about God as the only solution because a lot of money has been spent t0 curb the disease but no solution.

Kings said the song has an encouraging message for people to be positive not to fear.

“Those who can come on board and support the project are welcome as we intend to release 10,000 copies of compact discs to give out to the people. Then we intend to hold free victory concerts,” he said.

Kings thanked Kalandanya Music for empowerment and support that has been given to the project.

L-r: Francis Mubanga, Afunika and Kings Mumbi. Photo By ALICE NACHILEMBE

Alice Nachilembe

Alice Nachilembe is a Journalist who yearns for a better country with leaders being accountable to their mandate without oppressing the governed.

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