Dan Lu releases single ‘Musiye’: To perfom in Dublin with Pop Dogg Oct 14

Just few months after after releasing his hot  single titled ‘Village Champion’ Dan Lu is now back again with another single called ‘Musiye’ which he has featured renown Zambian music icon  Dali Soul.

Dan Lu: With new single ‘Musiye’ Dublin here I come

The ‘Musiye’ song which was recorded by Treacky Beats and was released on Friday last week is a piece of love music whose message is trying to teach people to avoid underating the looks of their friend’s

Speaking to Nyasa Times, Dan Lu said he is currently releasing singles with the aim of giving opportunity to the fans to have time of enjoying the music before including them in an album.

The multi award winner star disclosed that the new single’s dance video will be out on Monday October 2 2017 by mid-night but its main video is expected to be released next month.

“My fans always deserve to receive quality stuff from me so they should wait for the main video very soon. Am planning to shoot the  video this month at Wasafi Records in Tanzania whose owner is Diamond.
I am targeting to release ten singles before the end of December which I will combine and make one album next year,” said Dan Lu.

The Sweet Banana singer said he is very excited with the good response which the new single is receving from people since it was released.

“Its just four days now since I released the song but the response is encouraging me. I believe this support will continue as well  when I release my new album called ‘Game Changer’ next year where all my singles will be available,” he said.

Meanwhile,   Dan Lu is billed to perform in Dublin, Ireland on October where he will share the stage with Irish based Malawian  award winning rap star Pop Dogg.

Both artists collaborated on a song called Work So Hard, which will be amongst the hit songs to be performed live on the event.

Globe Entertainment founder Memory Kazombo said  she is  expecting the show to be great.

“I am very patriotic and my goal is to promote Malawian artists. Previously, I have brought Skeffa Chimoto and Mlaka Maliro to perform alongside Pop Dogg and all events were very successful. I am expecting this event to be huge, some people will fly from the UK just to attend this event and the tickets are almost sold out. The support I am getting is overwhelming and people will be thrilled on the day,” Kazombo told Nyasa Times.

Dan Lu  said he is more than prepared to thrill fans in Dublin.

“This will be my first time to perform in Ireland, and I am more than prepared to deliver,” he said.

The supporting acts on the event will be Nic Thindwa from the UK , Bingolingo and S Kwon based in Dublin.

The event will take place at  21 Hill Street Dublin 1. Advance tickets are sold at €30 and on the day entry fee is €40.

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julius msiska
julius msiska
6 years ago

we don’t want you here big man go to joni and sing
we want to be drinking karparskie here ballymun

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