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Bish Divine ‘Can See His Elevation’

THELMA BWALYA, Lusaka
AFTER successfully leading the group Divine Tribe with songs like, Favor and Everyday, Bornface Alton Mwanza now known as Bish Divine Tribe, is back with a single called I Can See My Elevation.
He says his single release should not be misconstrued that he has gone solo, saying he is still the group leader of Divine Tribe.
“I want to announce to the world that I have not left the group, I am still group leader of Africa’s most powerful gospel group. Divine Tribe still exists, we have been busy with school and work, but ministry is the center of our lives. It’s just a matter of time, we will get back to recording, “he said in an interview.
“This for me is my first single I have done as Bish Divine Tribe, it’s a song in season, a message God has given me to give to his people. It is meant to inspire people to confess positively despite what they may be going through “, he said.
Bornface, who is currently working on his first album which is almost done, says the collection will feature so many local artistes.
The singer is next month expected to tour Namibia, Zimbabwe and Malawi, and next year, he will continue with his business expedition in other African countries and Europe too.
Meanwhile, since 2009, when he released an album titled Pembe, gospel singer Matthew Ngosa got busy building a career in business as well as politics.
“I have been quiet so that I can build my other career in business and politics. My last album was done in 2009 and since then, I have never recorded any music”, Matthew said.
He, however, says he will be going back to the studio to record an album for next year’s Easter.
“Apart from music, I also got involved in politics and I stood as councillor in Madido ward of Chongwe constituency,” he said.

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