I don’t remember the last time I heard a male singer singing Lengkhawm songs, L. Kamlova’s Aw Halleluiah sounds undisturbed and alright as any female singer would have do with it. “Khawvel thuaitu arsi ropui ber,/Bohna ram leh lungngaihna ram chun eng rawh”. But the sad part is that’s the only inclusion.
Even though KUFIDA’s Khangkhalei 2 boasted with Muzeeko Award to Garry Haokip for acting in Genthei Nading Bep, it ends there.
Kipahna Thuguk is a sermon on psalm 23 which describes God as Shepherd, of God’s protection and care. It acknowledges that the psalm is a psalm for living – it is a psalm for everyone to apply in our everyday life. Each lines of the psalm are devoted as chapters in the book.
Dove Quartet Volume 2 – Ka Tan’ Vualzawlna encourage to celebrate the Love of God in every way of life.
Florence Vunglianching’s Kei Hon Len In braided well youthful attitude with evenly trending studio vocal, song writing and video editing. It is K Khamkhansiam arrangement that make this venture what it is.
NTBC Delhi’s Lalpa Kipaahna Ka Haatna Ahi advocates and balances in its approach in song selections; While it encourages local talent and gets the most out of it.
Autobiography, Self-Published, Zou: When Mission teacher H Nengzatun faced interview to answer his inner call for the very first time in April 1974, he was disqualified by the MGP Standing committee at Singngat for not completing matriculation. And after twelve years on 4th June 1986, he sat on MSRTC bus to Aizawl to study …
“Pi-pu vaanglai zaideih chu gammual, lawmgual ngaih laa, khangthah gam zuun laa, lungleen laa bang ahi”. This line from the Producer & Director Chris H Simte clearly points what the album attributes are. Not that Tutkhawl Zaikhiang solely betoken KZP 50 years celebrations; Rooted best lineage to culture and traditional, which the album essentially designed itself to captured. Love and Patriotic domain songs, Mizo singers, sound engineering and music are of class significant for this ambition.
Realeased early this year, Lummei Jamna Gal Lam Ah sang of the the Lord’s Kingdom glorious, or otherwise true to its title; selecting hymns and independent songs from Labupi(Hymns) and Lathabu, for the first time in Zou. And impressively include singers such as Lhingboi, Hatbawi, ZPYF Central Church Choirs and Dove Quartet.