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Bill Kim set to drop debut album, ‘Good Life’ on 14 Jan 2023

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In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) Monday, he said that the album has been produced to motivate the public to live a happy life.

“My album is titled ‘Good Life’ just to inspire people to live free-minded life, we all face problems day by day but we must not forget that having a life is a blessing, therefore let us live life and be happy,” Kim said.

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He added that the upcoming music album contains 15 songs which include; ‘Good Life’ ‘Forever’, ‘Zathu Izii’, ‘My World’, ‘Been On’, ‘Mtendele’ as well as ‘Holy Spirit’ just to mention some.

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Bill Kim: My fans should expect nothing but good music.

Kim who is a music producer at ‘Timeless Records’, ventured into the music business in the year 2008 and some of his previous hit songs are; ‘High Life’, ‘You are my life’ and ‘Am Blessed’.

The Cape Town-based artist said that the public especially his fans should among other things expect good music out of his forthcoming music album.

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“People more especially my fans should expect nothing but good music and they should also look forward to being entertained and getting inspired,” the High Life hitmaker said.

According to Bill Kim, the album will be available for download on various online music stores including on ‘Mikozi’ after being released.

He urged the public to support artists who are outside the country, bemoaning that they receive less support despite making efforts.

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“I am pleading to people out there to show support and they should take us seriously all musicians who are outside the country because we have been giving our level best but we get less support,” the artist said.

Copyright Society of Malawi (COSOMA) Distribution Officer, Shadrick Kumtengo said that it is pleasing that many musicians who are outside the country are working hard to build up their musical careers.

He advised musicians who are abroad to get registered by COSOMA if they are to benefit from their work locally through loyalties.


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