"Falling for you" is an Afrobeat inspired pop-song sang with a dancehall feel by Malawian singer/songwriter, Malaika. The saucy song challenges gender stereotypes, encouraging women to go after what they want (in this context a man, instead of always waiting for the guy to make the first move). Talking about what inspired her to write the song Malaika says far too many women are unfulfilled and unhappy in relationships because they don't feel they can express themselves sexually or communicate their desires without running the risk of being labelled "wild" or accused of cheating. The singer teamed up with Zimbabwean born, UK number selling record producer Rymez. The music video features Zimbabwean superstar Tytan playing a cameo role and is directed by award winning Zimbabwean artist and producer Jusa Dementor.
Pan-African female emcee & Malawi's Goodwill Ambassador for Music Unites Africa, Celina '3C' Nayagam releases Me Myself and I (cover); a deeply poetic song about the gains 'n pains behind the passion for her music career and the pursuit for happiness and fame in today's 21st Century Africa. The Malawian femcee has been off the radar for quite some time but her reemergence into the music scene with this soul-captivating single samples her hunger and renewed determination to achieve the ultimate heights with her music.