Malachi showcases the second season of love, lust and pain on ‘Wicked Romance Vol.2’

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Drops “We Move” remix music video ft, Kwesta and DJ Capital

Johannesburg, Friday, 09 July 2021 –  In 2020 young R&B artist, Malachi, released his EP “Wicked Romance”  which explored the ideas of unhealthy infatuation; today Malachi returns with a new era of emotional musicality and continues his story of falling in and out of love with the follow up, ‘Wicked Romance Vol 2’.

Real name, Tanaka Shereni, Malachi was born on the 3rd of March 2000 in Harare, Zimbabwe; and he moved to South Africa almost a decade ago. Malachi always took an interest in music and he taught himself how to play the guitar, sing; and he decided at a very early age that music would be the path he was going take.

‘Wicked Romance Vol. 2’ sees Malachi show off his versatile sound that combines elements of pop, sentimental lyrics and his views on life, love and personal experiences depicted in this fluid EP with only two guest appearances from Kwesta and DJ Capital on the ‘We Move’ Remix. Produced by Elizée and Scott Aévin, ‘Volume 2’ is an aftermath of wounded confessions that reveal Malachi’s alter ego driven by lust, pain, and a blasé approach to relationships.

On the 6 track EP Malachi carves his own niche, unoccupied by anyone else in rap or R&B, with a versatile sound that is both sensuous and detached.

“It’s been a year since my last drop, I know I’ve been quiet since then but I’m happy to let you know that silence ends now. Wicked Romance is 1 and Wicked Romance Vol. 2 drops today. You ready?”

‘Volume 2’, 


  1. Don’t Judge Me
  2. Bad
  3. Overdrive
  4. Turn You Up
  5. You Thought (toxic-lude)
  6. We Move (Remix)

Listen to Malachi’s W.R Vol.2 (Wicked Romance Vol 2)   HERE

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My name is Sam, I am 20 years old, I live in the UK and love to travel. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends and watching movies, especially paranormal/horrors. I love True Crime and learning about history.