Lilongwe based Afro Pop artist Prosper has made a sworn statement, promising music lovers to brace themselves for heat on series of hits yet to be released.
The sentiments follow the release of "Potential Woman" which, according to Prosper, is a dedication to his hubby, Niffa.
"My New single is titled "Potential Woman". It is a Passada song and is a special dedication to my only woman Niffa. Even though it's a dedication, the song also has a strong and a promising message to all the girls ready to devote their souls in a romantic world with a guy who they love," Prosper whose real name is Prosper Chisale explained.
"Potential Woman's" Production was done at Class of 90z Multimedia with Dre Beats (Andrew Kalwoza) on the beat.
However, Prosper was quick to point out that he has no plans of dropping albums but rather singles.
"I am just planning to keep on dropping more and more singles and I am not working on an album at all," he stressed.
"Potential Woman" follows a successful collaboration with DNA in a song titled "Neba Wandilira".
Besides music, Prosper is an accountant and IT technician by profession working with Dalitso General Suppliers Limited, Area 4, Lilongwe, Malawi.
As a kid, Prosper was exposed to music at a tender age.
"I could sit for hours and listen to music, especially heartfelt songs that told stories. I could also sit and listen to my mum and my aunt singing outside the veranda, they were good singers indeed, they used to sing at the church and at different events then the passion developed from inside,. I had no choice but to make my own man made Guitars that I would play in my room," he recalled.
At the age of 18, Prosper joined Don Bosco Music Group where he was introduced to creative guys who used to play guitars and Pianos.
"I could sit the whole day watching them display their skills with an ambitious mind and little by little I began to develop a strong feeling for a music career," he said.
Prosper now describes himself as a storyteller telling stories in music which cuts across all genres.