Gospel rapper Suffix has released a single Misozi which delves into the plight of humanity following the Covid-19 pandemic.
The song reflects on losses that have come as a result of the disease. Kips Restaurant sponsored the production of the video and made donations to Queen Elizabeth Hospital where it was shot.
Suffix said: “The song was inspired by events that took place one weekend when my two friends and I went to Kasungu. While there we got a message that one of my friends’s uncle had passed away because of Covid-19.
“As we were driving back to attend the funeral we received another message that one of our closest friends had lost his mother to the same disease.”
The song, produced by Manisfest, was recorded at Manifest Studios. It also features Esther Chitheka-Lewis on the hooks.
Suffix has since saluted Kips management for the support rendered to him on the project.
“We are up against a huge fight. If we all come in and play our small part then in the end the impact will be huge. I am thankful for their support,” he said.
Lately, Kips Restaurant has been involved in a number of Covid-19 response initiatives in excess of K1 million, according to director Yaseen Giga. Some of the interventions include giving discounts to hospital frontline workers at their eateries across Malawi.
He said: “It is important for every business or individual to help. Let Malawians also support companies that are proudly Malawian.”