Pauline Musonda grew up in Kabwe, Central Province. She burst onto the music scene at an early age with a captivating solo performance at her late mother’s church Sacred Heart Parish. But there are others that emerge fully formed, in full command of their craft, their identity and their music. Pauline Musonda fits firmly in the latter category.
Her new album, Calm In The Storm, is a captivating and moving record that heralds the reemergence of a gifted and significant talent, one whose music feels familiar in the best possible way, while striking out on its own territory. She explains, “I started writing songs in my head, and it took my interest in music to another level. I had to pick up from where I had left off only this time there was greater purpose. It made sense to me at this stage why when I sang at my mom’s church people begun to cry.”
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