Hazel Mak gave an explosive performance at Malawi Association UK party

Upcoming Malawi  female songstress Hazel Mak mesmrised the audience at the Hign Commission’s official Kwacha House when she gave an explosive performance during a fundraising party last Saturday night.

Hazel Mak appeared wearing a a piece from Malawi’s international designer Lilly Alfonso’s collection and performed her songs to a round of cheers and excitement from Malawians in the presence of their High Commissioner Benard Sande.

“This girl is a bomb, she can sing and indeed Malawi has got talent,” Malawi’s social political activist ben Chiza Mkandawire remarked.

London based Phyllis ‘SweetJuice’ Chipojola said “It was a brilliant performance from Hazel.”

Hazel Mak: Malawi talent

Felix Banda one of the orgnisers of the event said hink Hazeil “ is a credit to Malawi music industry.”

The songstress told Nyasa Times: “It was good, it was fun and it was nice seeing everyone getting excited.”

The singer, who has been living in the UK since 2000, has been making headway in the  music industry since then.

With her continued quest to stardom she has profiled in many showcases across the United Kingdom performing with the likes of Tinie  Tempah, Smokey, Tay Grin, Lucius Banda, The Kamajors, Lake of Stars 2010, Fashion  Mist, Destinations Travel Show and many other events.

Currently, Hazel is working on her upcoming album Rhodesian Rhapsody which will  be out in 2013.

She has also been working with other Malawian artists such as Sean Focus, Metamore and various others.

Hazel, who attended the event with UK/Malawian model Stephanie Mills, urges the public to be supportive of Malawi’s growing creative industry as it will in future  have great benefits to Malawi’s economy.

Hazel Mak in photo opportunity with other Malawians at the party including Malawi designer Stephan (second from left)

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