Mzuzu’s rising musician Ril B has returned onto the music scene with another song Chatha, which is fast becoming a hit, particularly in entertainment joints.
Real name Blessings Bwanali, Ril B came to the limelight earlier this year with Mwini Zinthu which he collaborated with Blaze.
But after the song won the hearts of many, the two artists engaged in a verbal tirade with each one of them claiming ownership of the song.
In an interview, Ril B said his fans should forget about Mwini Zinthu as he has returned with Chatha to prove his mettle.
“People thought I was riding on Blaze’s wings to rise to stardom. But the truth is that I was not famous because of Blaze. I was famous because of Mwini Zinthu. That song catapulted both of us to fame because it is a good song.
“As of now, Chatha is rising in fame and my fans have stopped talking about Mwini Zinthu. The talk in town is about Chatha,” he said.
In the song, Ril B reveals his versatility as an artist, fusing urban and traditional beats.
The song advises couples to move out of relations or to move on with somebody else if they notice signs of fading love.
It says some people cannot confess that they are no longer in love, but express their feelings through actions.
“When lovers notice such strange signs, they should just know that is the end of a relationship,” said Ril B.
The song has become an anthem in most night clubs, parties and on some radio stations. Ril B said plans are underway to shoot a video of the song. n