Musician WalyCris Wanyen has taken his last breath on Friday, December 23, 2022. Social media has gotten flooded with tributes and condolence messages ever since the news of his passing broke out. It is coming forward that the star of Achalume died in an accident. Taking to Facebook, WalyCris’ colleague Phyzix shared the news. He wrote that life is weird and that it was his time and he was on the right path in their eyes but certainly God’s plan was different. Here, check what was his cause of death and how did he die.
Musician WalyCris Wanyengo Dies In Road Accident
According to reports, WalyCris Wanyengo died after meeting with a bus accident. He was reportedly traveling back to his native country from South Africa when the fatal accident happened in Zimbabwe. It is no doubt to say that his sudden passing has affected a lot of people. No one seems to believe the fact that the musician has taken his last breath and has left his loved ones in profound grief.
Who Was Wyson Laifon?
Laifoh Wyson WalyCris (Wanyengo), a Malawian recording artist, composer, actor, and playwright, is better known by his stage name. He was the Wanyengo Movement Record Label’s founder and CEO. At Machinjiri, Blantyre’s Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, he was born on September 25, 1997. Prior to getting accepted to Ngumbe Secondary School in Chileka, Blantyre, where he would start his secondary studies, WalyCris finished his primary education at St. Kizito Primary School in Limbe.
He then continued his studies at Soche Technical College in motor vehicle engineering (SOTEC). WalyCris started recording songs in 2015, but it wasn’t until 2017 that people started to hear 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. Since the start of his career, he has released a variety of songs, such as “Maliya,” which reached the top spot on FreshOnZodiak on Zodiak TV for four weeks straight, “Tsonga,” which included Bucci, and “Wataya Mwayi,” which featured Ababa Sergeant.
WalyCris claims that his passion for music inspired him to seek a career in music. Among the musicians, he enjoys listening to are David Kalilani, Lucius Banda, Dan Lu, Lulu, Dare Devils, and King Hyphen (formerly Young Kay). 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 industry. He has worked with musicians and video producers like Raj, Sispence, Ronely Patricks, and Santos.