Suffix accused of stealing BIG Zulu's song


As reviews keep raining in on Mwandikondera,  a new song by Suffix, others are relating the song to that of a South African rapper, Big Zulu. 

Music pundits who have lamented the art of stealing songs from international celebrities are further describing the 'Mwandikondera' concept as a cliche. 

The song, which the award winning rapper has featured the Anglican voices choir and the trending Kambwiri sisters  Carries a central theme of praising God for his favours.

"Kodi ndi cover ya big Zulu chani?," remarked one of the music pundits on a fan page.

Mzuzu based song reviewer, Ziliro Mchuru, posted on his Facebook account that, much as the song is good, to some extent, the concept has been overused. It is a cliche. 

According to Mchuru, Ethel Kamwendo Banda rose to fame with the same concept. 

Meanwhile, ardent followers of the 'Mkazi Waku mwamba' hitmaker are of the view that those that have issues with the song must simply stop listening to it than vilifying it.



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