It is better late than never to appreciate the eternal love that the creator gives to his children. It is a no mean achievement to succeed in one’s career, but when God is involved, you are assured you will live to see your dream turn into reality. This is the story of one University of Malawi (formerly Chancellor College) graduate Christopher Malera commonly known by his stage name Avokado.
From making noises in Chirunga corridors to getting bookings and winning deals, from shot ya Gaba, Maso a usiku, through a heated diss with Martse, to assume the honor of Amapiano landlord in Malawi after the Kwabwera mahule banger, Avokado who is a teacher by profession has seen the love of God through his music career and decided to do one amapiano song for the Lord titled Mbuye wanga.
In an interview with Nthanda Times, Avokado who recently released Timwe mowa said he has not completely switched to gospel but highlighted that it is ungratefulness not to work on gospel.
“Let me not promise. This is just the hunger for me to do one for the Lord. He’s been so good to me; winning deals and getting bookings. Not doing a gospel tune would be ungratefulness,” said Avokado.
In the new song, Avokado has infused Chitedze Research Station Golden Voices which is under Kawira of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) of the Nkhoma Synod.
“When I gave them the idea, they (CRS Golden Voices) got excited and had to rope them in, so I did. In the song is the message of the Lord Jesus, the Rock of Ages. Though we fall short of his glory, he still loves us. As John 3:16 talks about God’s love in sending Jesus so is the song,” revealed Avokado.
Avokado who has recently gained fame following his amapiano hits says he is ready to serve his fans with the best music.
“They should wait for more bangers! I am here to drop whatever they like and love. The Amapiano landlord is here to serve his fans with the right amapiano menu ordered by them,” promised Avokado.
The Mbuye wanga single according to Avokado will be released before the inception of August.