Following the passing of the aspiring artist Walycris Wanyengo, well-known singers including Phyzix, Biggie Lu, and WalyCris Wanyengo posted their condolences on social media. Following the passing of renowned rapper Big Scarr, word of the death of a young and gifted artist has surfaced.
Walycris Wanyengo passed away unexpectedly in a bus collision. When they learned of this tragic news, his supporters and fans were in total disbelief. Follow For More Updates at satiknews.com
Who was Walycris Wanyengo?
Wyson Laifoh, often known as WalyCris, was the first child in a family of four. On September 25, 1997, he was born in Machinjiri, Blantyre. With his distinctive signature and style, he rose to fame in the music industry.
Prior to enrolling at Number Secondary School in Chileka, Blantyre, where he would begin his secondary studies, WalyCris completed his elementary education at St. Kizito Primary School in Limbe. He then continued his studies at Soche Technical College in motor vehicle engineering (SOTEC).
Walycris Wanyengo Death Reason
Star of Achalume Walycris Wanyengo was killed in an accident. According to reports, the musician who went to South Africa to perform was killed in an accident while returning home from Zimbabwe.
Subsequent sources state that Walycris was instantaneously killed when a truck struck the MaTours bus he was travelling in. Walycris dominated Malawi’s music scene with his Yao-influenced music. Peace be upon him.
What Happened with Walycris Wanyengo?
WalyCris started making music in 2015, but it wasn’t until 2017 that people started to hear about him. Mush @ MushBeats produced the first single, “Main Chick,” which was released in 2015.
The movie’s video, which was shot by Ronely Patricks of Onedot Filmworks, was thereafter made public. His subsequent recordings include “Ndine Watsopano,” “Tsonga,” “Wataya Mwayi,” “Flame,” “Ababa Sergeant,” and “Maliya,” which four weeks in a row peaked at number one on FreshOnZodiak on Zodiak TV. For the latest news, follow us on Google News
WalyCris claims that his passion of music inspired him to seek a career in music. David Kalilani, Lucius Banda, Dan Lu, Lulu, Dare Devils, and King Hyphen were among the musicians he admired.
As everyone has ambitions in life, WalyCris said he is eager to succeed as an international singer and encourage other aspiring musicians to pursue their dreams and succeed in the music business.
WalyCris has worked with a number of audio producers, such as Raj Records, MushBeats, Sispence, Jay Emm, and Santos, as well as visual producers Ronely Patricks and Layonz Graphics. WalyCris is a full-time musician as well as a part-time motor vehicle engine.