Well-known Blantyre based urban gospel artist Robertson has announced a change in his brand name from Robertson Music to Robertson Nyimbo.

‘Amakhala busy’ hitmaker confirmed of the development in an interview with faceofmalawi publication.

According to the multi-award winner, the change follows a wider consultation, guidance and prayers to God.

“When God changed a person’s name and gave him a new name, it was usually to establish a new identity. God changed Abram’s name, meaning “high father,” to “Abraham,” meaning “father of a multitude” (Genesis 17:5).

“A new name is a way to reveal the divine plan and also to re assure us that God’s plan would be fulfilled in us,” said Robertson.

He added: “I have made a decision to change my name this decision has come after a lot of time put into seeking for guidance, prayer and consultation, from today we rebrand from Robertson Music to Robertson Nyimbo.

“My wish is that you support this move as you supported, all my other moves, the main reasoning behind the change is to stay in touch with my African roots while branching out to the rest of the world.”

Robertson started his music career when he was at Secondary School in 2007 and he later founded a four member group called Fanatics music.

In 2020 Robertson’s song ‘amakhala busy’ won the best afro song of the year in Uzimu vibes.

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