After rocking the country’s dancehall scene with his debut album Nthawi Yanga, which packs powerful singles such as It’s Not Fair and Chidodo, Nesnes has dropped his second album titled Chibwelele.
Four songs from the album were released on Tuesday to mark a new chapter of Nesnes’ music journey.
The songs are Kadya Ubwelele, Sionse, Chibwelele and Mundidalitse.
The musician described Chibwelele as upgraded production which reveals his music strength and power of the youth as a whole.
“To me this album is a testimony of my career progression and potential as a young artist. It is also a manifestation of potential for all the young people in the country,” said Nesnes.
He said in the second album he is more strategic with the message which answers the needs of Malawians.
“As a beginner you don’t really know what people expect from you. But this album is different from the first one in the sense that I am simply responding to the needs of my fans,” said Nesnes, whose real name is Kelvin Khuzumba.
He added that in the second album, he is introducing himself as a gospel musician.
“In general, I think this album is diversified in the sense that the message revolves around different issues such as life, gospel of Jesus Christ and girl child education,” said the 28-year-old musician.
In an effort to achieve diversity on production, Nesnes has worked with different producers such as Gaffar, Cuff B, DJ Sley, Dash Travelers and Stich Fray. n