Lazarus Chigwandari is an street musician in Malawi, someone whose skills are matched to an unrelenting sense of invention.
Cobbling together his own stringed instrument - a kind of DIY banjo, with a few tweaks and additions - he's a familiar face in his native city of Lilongwe, although his albinism still carries some stigma.
A street musician with local renown, a passing British artist filmed his incredible, off the cuff performances and sent them to a few friends.
Footage landed on Johan Hugo's phone, a Margate based producer best known as 50% of The Very Best.
Entranced, he tracked Lazarus down, and the process behind their Malawai-produced album 'Stomp On The Devil' is the subject of a remarkable new documentary.
The album itself is incoming, with Lazarus now stepping outside Malawai for the first time in his life, able to bring his voice and traditions to the wider world.
We're able to share the video for 'Ndife Alendo', a remarkable, trance-inducing piece of art that Lazarus describes as a "praise song".
He says: "In Malawi we call this a praise song. it's basically a gospel song. It's reminding people that we are only visitors on earth and that eventually we will all return to heaven."
Tune in below.
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