Malawi trio, Zambia’s Mampi play final gig of their UK tour in London

High flying  Malawi musicians Lulu, Skeffa Chimoto and Dan Lu  will have a final show of their ‘Easter Fusion’ tour of UK  promoted by  Grajoh Talent Management this Saturday in London, expected to be  ‘mother of all shows’.

Dan Lu performing on stage with Malawian fan Jessie

Dan Lu performing on stage with Malawian fan Jessie

Lulu live on stage

Lulu live on stage

Grajoh:Grace Ntolera-Mujungu and Johnson Mujungu

Grajoh:Grace Ntolera-Mujungu and Johnson Mujungu

Grajoh has heightened the expectations, saying the London gig will be “a big one.”

“[They] will perform along Uganda’s Lily Kyeyune and  Jamal Wasswa and Zambia’s Mampi Mukape,” Grajoh said.

London venue is  the Royal Regency, 501 High Street North, Manor Park – E12 FTH.

Lulu, Skeffa Chimoto and Dan Lu  said they are keen to give their best in the final show.

“I  really can’t wait to perform in London and give the best,” said Lulu.

Dan Lu added: “We are going to give our best on the show.”

There is also a big buzz of excitement from Zambian community in London with the presence of Mampi, the Walilowelela singer.

“I cant wait to be at the show. Mampi is massive when she performs her dance routine and for me its Walilowelela all the way,” Mwape Mwewa, a Zambian student said.

“We coming many of us for this show,” Mwape said.

Event organisers said everything has been set for the farewell gig.

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2 thoughts on “Malawi trio, Zambia’s Mampi play final gig of their UK tour in London”

  1. Ze Roberto says:

    First I commend the musicians for the desire to perform at an international stage. But let me totally agree with @1 that the audience at these so called international stage is ethnic. You go to the UK to perform and see all patrons are Malawians living in the UK. What does that imply? We are still waiting for the time when the Malawi music will make international appeal in it’s real sense. When Luck Dube came to perform in Malawi or when Big Nuz from South Africa comes to perform in Malawi I don’t think he performs before South African audience living in Malawi. That’s what we call international appeal. Anyway, Malawian musicians keep on working hard one day things will work out!

  2. zondiwe says:

    The problem with these tours is thwt they remain ethnic. All you are doing is fucking yourself to believe that you are appealing to an international audience when in fact its still very ethinc except you have moved places

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