Barely two months after dropping a Manganje hit Zoti Ndimakukonda, the reggae dancehall and Afro pop artist Stich Fray aka Steven Chibwazi says he is ready to mesmerise his fans again with yet another love song titled Wamupeza.
He told Malawi News Agency (Mana) in an interview in Blantyre Wednesday that the new single talks about people who swear never to fall in love again after getting disappointed, but later find themselves lured into the trap of love again.
“Basically, the new song is a Manganje Afro pop song and talks about those people whose hearts were broken by their lovers, but when the wounds heal, forces of nature make them fall in love again,” the 25-year old artist hinted.
The reggae dancehall artist has released both audio and video versions of the song.
He decided to have a double release to give his fans a variety of choice as some music fans love audio version while some go for video format.
Stich Fray, who is an information technology technician, said the video of the song was shot by Image National.
“After this new release, I am planning to hold shows across the country,” he said, adding that Wamupeza has been produced by D and T Records.
On his focus on Afro pop than reggae, Chibwazi said he wanted to show his fans that he is an artist capable of playing any music genre.
Stich Fray came into the music limelight in the country in 2012 when he joined the disbanded Trap Squad before going solo in 2016. He became famous for releasing a song titled ‘min bus driver’ in 2014.