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Nic Thindwa back with 'Si Wina'

By Published June 05, 2018

Nicholas Thindwa is not a new face in the Malawian music industry. For years he has been dishing out music that has been greatly accepted by his fans. The man is behind the hit songs Mutione, which he released in 2007 when using the name N.IC. This year he releases a brand new song and video for a song known as ‘Si Wina’ (There is None Other).

The artist who was born in Nsanje and raised in Lilongwe, had an interest in music. He joined a church choir at the young age of eight. He went on to start writing his own music when he joined the Living Waters praise team and would perform as a guest artist at choir festivals. He has other great music he has released: songs such as ‘Ndiwe Okongola’ (You are Beautiful),
‘Osadandaula’ (Do Not Worry) and ‘Zikomo’ (Thank You) are favourites for anyone familiar with his catalogue. His Debut album ‘Muli Mphamvu’ (There is Power), was released in 2015 under his own record label Vitu Records.

With his brand new song ‘Si Wina’ (There is None Other), Nic Thindwa gives glory and recognition to God for the positive changes that He has made in his life. The song was produced by Janis Kraukris aka Mzungu. The video set up sees Nic Thindwa in a beautiful setting well captured by the video director Madalisto Malunga. The direction and editing of the video is well handled and with quality like this, it will not be a surprise to see the song and video have a large presence on local television and radio stations.


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Nic Thindwa - Siwina (Official Video
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