It is not often that an artist specialises in one area and, yet, manages to reach out to all.
But this is what youthful artist, Namwino Chipi— real name Chipiliro Chikhaula— has been trying to do since he broke onto the music scene with the song ‘Uchembere Wabwino’, a song which, according to the artist, aims to bring Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) messages to the youth.
In the latest turn of events, the ‘Uchembere Wabwino’ hit maker has finished working on three soon-to-be released music videos.
“I have finished working on the videos, which I will release to the public shortly, in response to the positive feedback I got after releasing my second album Nditumeni Ambuye. It is part of reaching out to the youth and other people who do not care about SRH and other issues,” Namwino Chipi said.
The artist made a name in 2001, when he released his first single ‘Ndimasilira’.
Soon, the artist moved from the production of singles to releasing albums when he released his first album, Yankho la Ambuye.
The album was produced at Tempest Studio in Zomba City.
In 2012, the artist released four singles, namely, ‘Ndine Namwino’, ‘Happy Birthday’ and ‘Ngiyakuthanda’. The singles tooled Afro-Pop genre.
Namwino Chipi, a nurse by profession, says music lovers should expect more information pertaining to SRH in his compositions.