Musician Ril B says he seeks to reclaim his fame with the new music video Tchutchutchu which he expects to release next week.
Born Blessings Bwanali, Ril B was catapulted to fame in 2016 with the release of Mwini Zinthu, a collaborative piece with Blaze. However, the musician has been cut out of the picture since then.
Speaking in an interview, he said the new song is part of an album he expects to release later this year.
“I’m working on several music videos. I have already released a song called Amuna Ndife both as an audio and video. The video is trending on various television stations. I want to give out the best to my fans so that when I finally release the album it should do well on the market,” he said.
The musician said in the upcoming project, he intends to feature Saint, Kell Kay, Lulu, Skeffa Chimoto and Wakisa James.
He said in the already released Amuna Ndife, he featured Zika B. He said the song was recorded and produced at SU Records by Janta. He said Tchutchutchu was produced by OBK Records in Blantyre.
“Tchutchutchu is a love song about a boy and a girl who are in love but are not open enough to express their feelings to each other,” he said.”