Avokado opens 2022 music journey with a gospel track ‘Ndaima Nji'

Avokado opens 2022 music journey with a gospel track ‘Ndaima Nji'

The Amapiano landlord as he is fondly known in entertainment circles told Nthanda Times in an interview that the Ndaima Nji track is a continuation of Mbuye Wanga, an Amapiano gospel hit he worked on together with the CRS Golden Voices Choir.

According to Avokado, Ndaima Nji is an updated Amapiano version that tells people to solidify their dependence on nothing else but Jesus Christ.

“Ndaima Nji is a continuation of Mbuye Wanga track. In Mbuye Wanga, the message was about people relying on Jesus Christ, the Rock of Ages, while in Ndaima Nji, we are still solidifying that dependence,” said the Amapiano landlord.

In the 6:19 track which has been produced by LCB Studios and Macksay Beats, the CRS Golden Voices and Avokado talk about leaning on the blood of Jesus Christ, a rock of ages in times of calm and storm, so as to attain eternal life during rapture.

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Avokado: the mesage is about hope

"The message is about our hope being in Jesus Christ, and we can’t rely on anything else apart from Jesus,” said Avokado.

Avokado who conquered the Amapiano genre in 2021 with songs like Lucy Why, Mbuye Wanga, and Mukwatire which he featured two Zambian artists General Kanene and Elia Zambia told Nthanda Times that he has prepared a delicious menu for his fans in 2022.

“Honestly, 2021 was a very good for me. I had three big projects such as the Lucy Why, Mbuye Wanga, and Mukwatire which I featured General Kanene and Elia Zambia which were all successful. I believe 2022 will be bigger and better. My fans should expect fire and good music,” explained Avokado.

The Amapiano landlord also told Nthanda Times that he has also been featured in a love song by multi award winning RnB star Kell Kay which will be released on 14 February this year.

You can stream and download the song below.

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