Dru Hill concert in Malawi cancelled at the eleventh hour: Updated

Multi-platinum selling American music group, Dru Hill, together with lead singer Sisqó, will not perform in Malawi’s capital Lilongwe on December 12 as was publicised as the show has been cancelled.

Dru Hill: No show

Dru Hill: No show

The group was expected in Malawi on Friday but Dru Hill has not turned up and Nyasa Times understands there will be no show.

They were coming courtesy of Peermont Hotels, the managers of Umodzi Park.

Umodzi Park sales and marketing manager, Temwa Kanjadza, who confirmed Dru Hill has failed to arrive in Malawi , said the concert has been cancelled.

A statement from the organizers which Nyasa Times has sourced, confirmed that Dru Hill decided to cancel the trip to the warm heart of Africa.

They have also cancelled trip to South Africa where they were scheduled to perform at the Emperors Palace in Johannesburg on December 18.

“Disappointingly, Tigere Media, a South African based promoter has cancelled the Dru Hill concert scheduled to take place at Umodzi Park on December 12,” reads in part the statement issued out by Umodzi Park Sales and Marketing Manager, Temwa Kanjadza .

Kanjadza said a dispute between the artist and Tigere Media resulted in the unfortunate cancellation of the concert.

Many music lovers especially in Lilongwe had already bought tickets to the events, and the development will surely infuriate corporate sponsors such as Airtel Malawi who were part of those supporting the event.

She said they have started  processing the refunds to those who bought advance tickets.

“Those who have already purchased tickets through various selling points in Lilongwe, Blantyre and Mzuzu will receive a full refund,” she added.

The group was expected to be joined on stage by local musician Skeffa Chimoto and Veejay Ice.

Dru Hill is composed of four members namely Sisqó, Jazz, Nokio and Tao. The group was most popular during the late 1990s, with a repertoire that included R&B, soul, hip hop soul and gospel music.

Active since 1992, Dru Hill recorded seven Top 40 hits, and is best known for the R&B number one hits “In My Bed”, “Never Make a Promise”, and “How Deep Is Your Love”.

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koma guys kulakwa tu uku. amalawi amationa ngati ndani. bingu muthalika lowerelapo. hiiiiii nnaiwala kuti anafa.


Seriously all the way from the USA to come and perform in one of the poorest countries in the universe! How much money did they think they will make?


Koma KCI and BOBO Part Two munagula ma ticket mwabesa bola mukagula chimanga chotapisa pa admarc kapena nandolo ku united states of mulanje and thyolo


These are washed up perfomers. They are not even remembered in the USA. They probably failled to show up because they couldnt afford their plane tickets. They are on welfare benifits for god’s sake.


Acita bwino kulepher,asatana acabecabe amenewo ndi timphutsinso topanda ulemu timaoneka ngt ntokhupuka tili tiakapunthabuwe tacabecabe,tikagona mmahotel mwathu timanyoza kt ati tagona mzimbudzi zakwawoko,bill ikatuluka mpaka pa K1million timalepheranso kulipira nkumat ndalama yaculuka mapeto ake nkutiphwanyiranso tmakompyuta tathu. Kodi mmesa achina a Joe Gwaladi aliko? Nanunso a airtel(nchira wa mphepo) mmalo mowatukula achina Joe Gwaladi,Piksey ngakhalenso Gides Calamanda inu byz kufuna kutitukwanisira mahotel athu? Athuwatu amayamika ngakhale kuwaudza kt akaimba Bangwe CDSS Hall amanyadira ngati wawaudza kt akaimba ku Oxford University Hall,kkkkkkkkkkkkk mmalawi kutengeka nd zakunja kkkkkkkkkkkk tafanana bolanso ine ndili wa Bandu/Najanji/Shapa/Sakalamento zikundiyendera.


Basi ndizamgovaya pa grand ‘n’grill nkavine general kanene


Did anyone believe that Dru Hill was coming to Malawi…??????

Paka Bush

Ife anadziwa kale kuti Dru Hill sabwela alibe fans pa Nyasaland…Airtel kususuka….Bwezani ndalama wama Ticket….



Titus scot

Achita bwino angatithere forex, ha ha ha!

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