Gospel artist to open free studio for gospel musicians Only
by Rashid Mkwehiwa

One of Malawi's contemporary worship gospel artist popularly known as Sausthenes Hyminst, who is also ready to release his debut album titled Jehovah Rapha this August, has revealed plans of opening a strictly gospel non paying studio to aid gospel artist to spread the message of the lord.

The Blantyre born artist, Real name Sausthenes Khembo is the third in the family of four has had a passion of doing gospel music since way back but started recording after his calling was confirmed by His spiritual father prophet Immanuel Evans of Power encounter ministries international church in South Africa.

In an interview with Ghettotunes.com, he said that he envision a strictly gospel recording studio for artists and producers who has dedicated there talent to spreading the gospel of the lord through music.

"As per my vision, My first plan is to make sure that the vision of reaching out to souls through my music is to be fulfilled. In the near future i will be helping the young ones who are propelled into the same kind of calling, spiritually and train them for the kingdom. Will be opening a music studio which will help those that have the gifts but has no what it takes to record there music. Strictly will only be gospel music" he explained.

Sausthenes is currently based in South Africa and is mentored by Nigeria's Jimmy D Psalmist. In addition to him being his favorite artist he also favors; Chris tomlin, Don Moen, Michael W Smith (USA) and Benjamin Dube (SA).

He has featured King James Phiri on a song called 'Gift of Praise' and Limban siment on a song called 'See me through' all are compiled in the eleven track album, Jehovah Ralpha to be found for listening and download on GhettoTunes and other online music sites.

"My bigger plan or goal is to introduce malawi to the nation's beyond Africa as a God fearing nation, and it's music at international stand" he concluded.