Suffix Wins Rapzilla Award

 Suffix Wins Rapzilla Award



By Alick Nzangaya

Malawian gospel rap artist Suffix has won Rapzilla award as African based Artist of the year, 2021.

Suffix, real name Aubrey Ghambi, was nominated for Africa-Based Artist of The Year along side other five international gospel musicians including; Limoblaze, Angelo, Rehmahz, Drakare and Spillz-Ochai.

The ‘Ulendo Wa Kumwamba’ hitmaker who was over the moon told this publication that he is so grateful for the award and has also thanked Africans and Malawians in particular for their votes which has seen him beating five other international stars.

“This is one of my biggest achievement in my music careerand it will actually put Malawi and myself on the international circle. This will also help other Malawian artists to get recognized since people from abroad will start wanting to know who are Malawian musicians.

“So, this is huge to me. Am really so glad and so thankful to God that this award is coming home,” reacted Suffix.

Meanwhile, the artist says he is geared to give Malawian and his fans in particular great music claiming he has lined up several projects in the year 2022.

“I have several projects this year only that am now on break. Recently I dropped an album and shortly I will be shooting videos for the album and am so hopeful that 2022 will be another great year,” he added.

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Suffix is currently ranked No.17 on the top 20 list of Africa’s most influential Christian hip hop artists and he has featured on Zambia’s award winning producer/artist Mag44’s album Brave Only.

Other notable collaborations are with artists like Abel Chungu (Zambia), Ruyonga (Uganda), Limoblaze (Nigeria), Lilly Million (South Africa) and Malawi’s Faith Mussa.