They may just be a group of teenagers, but do not be fooled by their babyish demeanour.
The Royal Family, a collective of young artists from Lilongwe, are set to send shockwaves in the music industry.
And they are not faltering in their quest.
With an average age of 15, Royal Family is the youngest music collective in the country.
The group, comprising Pemphero Mwansambo, Charles Mwansambo and Nohakhelha Chaweza met and discovered their skills in music while in school at Kalibu Academy in Blantyre.
They set up the group in early 2015. Royal Family is using the adept AK-on-the-Board as a producer for their music.
Their latest single I Got You is a new-school feel of a song that sees the youthful Pemphero crooning on the chorus in ways that belies her age, laying down a solid foundation for the rappers in the collective to express themselves so well.
The raps on the song give the song a mature feel; collectively the raps make the song a refreshing blend of playful and yet thought-provoking composition at the same time. The song will enjoy massive airplay and is bound to conquer charts nationwide.
Royal Family has worked on a video for the song I Got You.
The video is billed to play on Channel O, according to their manager Timothy Ntilosanje.
“In 2016, Royal Family is poised to make a lasting impression in Malawi’s growing music industry,” he said.