HIP-HOP urban artist, Toast, has proved he is quite versatile with almost all diversified sides of music with his new track “Hakuna Matata” which means do not to worry.
Toast, real name Gomezgani Kambwiri, has released a track in which he has, against his usual rapping mode, sung in a dancehall-touch which features another budding singer, Eli.
The 23-year-old’s new track promises to up his game with the hype he has pumped in the single from his upcoming album.
On expanding projects further, the rapper who is an active member of Street Fame, says he is due to release an album this year.
“I’ll be dropping a 15-track album this year, preparations are already underway”, the rapper hints.
Toast’s album, titled “What’s Next” also features Tsar Leo and Purple C.
His new song which was premiered on Radio 2’s made on Monday program, has received positive feedback from his fans and listeners across Malawi.
More hits are coming forth from the young rapper who aspires to work with Sonyezo on the local scene and Travis Scott on the international platform.
Toast is, by far, one of the young artists who has enjoyed acceptance from the youth community with his style of flow.
Emerging from the Classmates, a music group that shook the hip hop industry at some point, Toast has grown musically with tracks like You Only Die Alone (Y.O.D.A.).
He then went on to a new record label, Street Fame, a platform that raised his bar with a track Gold Chain which still enjoys airplay.