Suffix Features American Artist Sho Baraka In Ghetto Ndi Nyatwa

Malawian gospel rapper, Suffix, real name Aubrey Ghambi continues to make headlines both locally and internationally with his music.

The artist has just revealed his latest piece of work, Ghetto Ndi Nyatwa featuring America American Christian hip-hop artist and writer, Sho Baraka.

The song is expected to caltapult Suffix to another level as far as music is concerned.

Suffix is a Malawian rapper based in the city of Blantyre. He has one mixtape titled D.O.S and several hit singles to his name including Necessary Noise, D.Y.M, and Ulendo Wa Kumwamba which gripped over 60, 000 downloads on www.malawi-music.com. D.Y.M was also featured on the world’s largest Christian Hip Hop online magazine (Rapzilla).

Suffix is currently ranked No.17 on the top 20 list of Africa’s most influential Christian hip hop artists. Suffix 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.

Amisho Baraka Lewis (born January 10, 1979), better known by his stage name Sho Baraka, is an American Christian hip-hop artist and writer who has recorded both independently and as a founding member of the 116 Clique. He was originally signed to Reach Records until leaving in March 2011. He then co-founded a record label and group known as “High Society” with fellow Christian rappers J.R., Swoope, and Suzy Rock.

His debut album Turn My Life Up was released in November 2007. His second album Lions and Liars, was released March 2010. His third album Talented Xth was released in January 2013. His fourth album, The Narrative, was released in October 2016.NE