Khama Khwiliro's move to dump the Christ Melodies in 2010 was justified by the release of his debut album, Nthawi Yanga Yakwana, late last year.
However, Khwiliro was tight-lipped why he quit The Christ Melodies.
"The most important thing is that I am continuing with my music ministry which God called me for. Therefore, Nthawi Yanga Yakwana is my debut project as a solo artist," said Khwiliro.
He said some quarters predicted doom when he went solo.
"I look up to God for direction. That's the reason I am capable of sustaining my music career," said Khwiliro.
The album, which preaches about God's omnipotence, features, among other songs, the title track, 'Bwelani Mudzaone', 'Jerusalem', 'Bwinoli Tipita' (hymn), 'Mwayenera' and 'Chisomo.
However, Khwiliro said the DVD project of Nthawi Yanga Yakwana has been hampered by his education.
"I am currently pursuing an accounting diploma at PACT whose June exams created pressure for me to study rather than shooting the DVD," said Khwiliro.