Gemini Major releases ‘Bad man ting’ video and new song

South African based Malawian born promising Afro Pop artist – cum – producer Gemini Major on Friday released video for his hit “Bad man ting” and performed his yet to be released song “Ragga Ragga” live on Channel O.

Gemini in Badmanting
Gemini in Badmanting

“Badman ting” features Aweon Wolf and “Ragga Ragga” features newly Family Tree signed label mate female rapper Nadia Nakai.

In an interview with Channel O, the self acclaimed new age Shabba Ranks said his sound is a mixture of different influences ranging from Hip Hop, reggae dancehall and African sounds.

“I come from Malawi, we have different sounds,” said Gemini who was heard mentioning Malawi throughout the interview.

The Family Tree producer has also recently been featured on DJ Waxxy’s new video “International” featuring Nigeria’s 2Baba and Buffalo Soulja.

As a producer, Gemini has produced one of South Africa’s biggest hits Nasty C’s “Juice Back” which earned him a 2015 Producer of the year nomination at South Africa Hip Hop Awards.

Born on June 14th, 1990, Gemini Major grew up in Kabula, Blantyre.

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6 years ago

mfana ali bho

mugasa chairman
mugasa chairman
6 years ago

guys muzikhalako serious nthawi zina. zoona introduction ya munthu mpakana “south african based malawi born promising afro pop artist -cum- producer” blah blah blah

is all that mess really necessary? can’t you bypass all that and get to the point?

The Photographer's Camera
The Photographer's Camera
6 years ago

Opening one’s eyes and looking and seeing;
One shouldn’t be any more surprised; or fail to undersand,
why most people who trek down South, come back contaminated?

The lady is just too well-curved for any normal man to not want to taste;
given a chance – in time, space and free mind.

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