Musician Steve Spesho, son to the late Malawian gospel music diva Grace Chinga, has released a gospel album titled Hope to take up music as a ministry.
Spesho, who came in the limelight after producing her mother’s hit Ndzaulula, said he wants to prove his worth through the album in continuing with her mother’s mission of spreading the gospel.
“I will be preaching the Word of God through urban music genres like pop and Afro-pop,” he said.
Spesho already launched the album in Blantyre two weeks ago, and in Mzuzu last weekend. During the two shows, Spesho and his sister Miracle also launched their mother’s DVD Ndzaulura.
The 19-track album features Thocco Katimba and Miracle. The album also has a song done with his mother Grace before her death in March this year.
He has also done a song He is God as a dedication to her late mother.
Some of the songs in the album are Ndili Phee, Chikondi, Kumwamba Kudyere Nyama, Kwacha, Minyama, Pepa Neba, Mulungu si James, Amen, I’m Ready and Mwanditola.
The album has been produced by Spesho himself at his Gimme the Beat Studios with one song which was produced by Pro Pee.