Mwini Zinthu hitmaker Ril B, real name Blessings Bwanali, is excited with the heights his single has soared since March when it first hit airwaves.
The song, which features Blaze, became an instant hit in clubs, radio stations and other public events. The song has also been on position three of Ufulu Radio Top 20 Music Chart.
On Tuesday last week, the Mzuzu-based up-and-coming artist released the Mwini Zinthu video which has also won hearts of many music followers.
In an interview, Ril B said the success of the single has given him encouragement to take music seriously and reach a wider audience.
“We want to promote the song further to remain relevant in the music industry rather than being a song for a day. The good thing is that it has won hearts of both the youth and the old,” said the 25-year-old artist.
Ril B said presently he is eyeing the international audience with the song and his music in general.
“So far, the response has been good because even fans in South Africa are demanding for the song,” he said.
Mwinu Zinthu celebrates the unconditional love of a woman that sees no problems nor successes. It was recorded at Audience Records in Blantyre and its video has been shot by Bensam Entertainment.
The video has been praised by several music followers and musicians, including gospel rapper Gwamba.
“My favourite Malawian songs this year are Mundidalitse by Nesnes and Mwini Zinthu. Bensam Entertainment just dropped the visuals for Mwini Zinthu. Great video,” wrote Gwamba on his Facebook page.n