After dropping a remake of the all time hit song Daily Daily a remake that features more lilongwe up coming and legend rappers, Biriwiri has backed allegations that the song intentionally side lined Blantyre artists. Daily daily Remake features artists Episodz, Malinga Mafia, Malceba, Charisma, Tuno, Martse and Toast . The song came out last week and saw many social media posts describing the song to have more Lilongwe artists than Blantyre.

When speaking in an interview with Malawi Music team, the duo which comprises of Kabuzi and Zizwa said the song didn’t favour any city despite dominance of lilongwe artists “there is a lot of talent in Blantyre. It’s just a mere coincidence that Lilongwe had more acts on the song. It was never about cities but acts we felt would do the song justice

Biriwiri (Zizwa & Kabuzi): It was never about cities but acts we felt would do the song justice

Furthermore explained the criteria of picking the artists on the song and described it as coincidence that lilongwe dominated ” We were getting a lot of feedback from our fans about the Remake. Some artists also asked us to remix the song but we felt the song is a classic so we decided to handle the production process ourselves. We picked the artists who we felt would fit the song make the Remake as good as the original” added. In addition, Sley is one of top producers in Africa and as Biriwiri we knew he would kill it. And he did” they said.

Daily Daily main by Biriwiri enjoyed airplays on major radio stations around 2005. And the remake has taken music lovers back in those days. Speaking on the group’s future plans, they revealed they have an album to come up and other  remakes might also follow “To reiterate , this was never a BT/LL thing. And when we decide to make another Remake that will not be a factor.

Biriwiri: We are still finalizing our album so our fans should expect fireworks

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By Yongiezo

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