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gospelmove | 26th April 2020

Zambian Gospel artiste, Esther Chungu has released a brand new single titled “Chikangabwe”.

Esther shared the inspiration behind the song saying;

“About 3 years ago, I got the opportunity to visit Chengelo Trust school In Lusaka, Zambia. I got to hold a one-day music workshop in partnership with the school administration and Pastor Mangaliso of Mount Zion Church Zambia.

At the end of my class, I asked my students for the day to do a practical and create a song with me from scratch. My students and I come up with our project and we immediately fell in love with it. I then assured them that I would add it to my next album.

But I fell so I love with it I could not wait for the album release I had to release it as a single first”.

The name of the student group featured on the track is ‘412’ derived from the scripture 1 Timothy 4:12 which says “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and in purity.”

DOWNLOAD – Chikangabwe


See the Lord has been so good to me

I cannot explain it (x2)

Indescribable, Uncontainable

I cannot explain it (x2)

He loves me and cares for me

I cannot explain it (x2)


All mighty

All powerful

All loving,

Lord You are

All mighty

All powerful

We call You!


Chikangabwe (Undefeated one)

You make a way

Chikangabwe (Undefeated one)

Lord You make me say

Ayayayayaya ayayaya

Chikangabwe (Undefeated one)

Verse 2

See how the Lord’s been good to me

I cannot explain it (x2)

He died for me,

Rose again for me

I cannot explain it (x2)

All powerful


I cannot explain it (x2)

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Back to Chorus






ooohhh ooohhhh

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Artist Bio

Esther Chungu is a Zambian gospel artist/children’s rights activist/humanitarian who begun her musical journey in 2014.
Her talent has made way for her and seen her share stages with American Musical icons like Donnie McClurkin, William McDowell, Joe Thomas, and Brian McKnight. She has also staged the Pamoja festival in Burundi, a music concert promoting peace and unity in the nation.

Esther Chungu has grown her brand through consistency and intentional activities that have grown her presence from just a new girl on the block to a relevant source of work through music. She is currently a nutrition champion under CSO-SUN, a nutrition-based organization, and also works with Ukani Manje, which means ‘Wake Up’, an organization that’s focuses on sensitizing people on the dangers of living reckless lives and narrows it down to HIV/AIDS.

Esther was awarded ‘songbird of the year’ at the 2019 Stanbic bank anakadzi women of the year awards. She has also been recognized as a relevant artist who speaks for the people.


Written by gospelmove


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