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Wacheda is back

WACHEDA

KELVIN KACHINGWE, Lusaka
IT WAS not going to take long for singer and songwriter Wacheda to return to the fold after taking a break to be a mother.
In any case, she prides herself in being a wife, mother and a career woman.
The singer, who has a distinctly contemporary urban and Afro-pop orientation, has a new single titled “Saving My Luv for You”.
The song, which already has a video shot by WAFS who she has worked with on most of her music videos, features T-Bwoy and is produced by Mag44.
Wacheda (Chimwemwe Chihana) describes it as a love song that talks about two people staying in love against all odds.
“I chose to do a mellow song this time around in an effort to show my more mature side. All this is reflected in the video which is very Afrocentric and natural. The video is available for viewing on my social media and YouTube channel,” she told the Weekend Mail.
Wacheda first came to the public’s attention in 2015 when she released the club banger “Iron Man” which featured Cactus Agony. The song went on to dominate the Zed Top 10 charts on Zambezi Magic on DStv as Wacheda went on to win the RnB Video of the Year in the first ever CBC Television Awards.
Another of her singles “No More” on which she teamed up with Mic Burner and DJ Cosmo caused a stir particularly on social media even before she could release the full video. Just the still images. The behind the scenes images suggested that the Livingstone-raised singer chartered a private jet for the shoot.
There is more.
She has another critically-acclaimed female anthem titled “Maliyo”, a colloquial term whose equivalent could be the “John solye ubwali”. The video for “Maliyo” also received a lot of endorsements shortly after its release.

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