One of Malawi’s celebrated rappers Gwamba is in the studio with other African artists recording a song that reflects on youths on the continent.
The song will be recorded this week in Johannesburg, South Africa where Gwamba and six other African artists are currently attending a workshop.
“I am in South Africa attending a UNFPA workshop, which will see me and fellow artists from six different countries recording a song and do a video. It will be an African song so that it appeals to all countries on the continent.
“The song is under the Safeguard Youth Programme. The message in the song is targeting lots of issues, including girl education, HIV and Aids, gender-based violence, adolescents, among others,” he explained in an interview.
The other artists are Zeus from Botswana, Kaliwo from Zambia, The Dogg from Namibia, Brian from Zimbabwe, Stlofa from Lesotho and KYC from Swaziland