Gwamba, Fredokiss, Ethel Kamwendo, Joseph Tembo had great performance at Malawi youth symposium

Musicians Gwamba and Fredokiss shared the stage and stole the show at a Christian youth business symposium in Blantyre on Saturday.

Gwamba: Give good show

The two collaborated, first for both, on Gwamba’s hit song Better, to a great surprise of the audience. Fredokiss appeared midway Better’s performance with lyrics from his hit single Changes which talks about the plight of youths in Malawi.

Performing with a live band and a choir, Gwamba—with smooth-voiced Emm Q on the chorus—only performed two songs.

As usual, the award winning gospel rapper put up his usual energy to a jam-packed, youthful audience at Robins Park that had come for a Christian Youth Business Symposium.

The symposium was organised by Christian Youth Association of Malawi (Cyama) and South Africa-based Prophet Shepherd Bushiri was the guest of honour.

In an interview after the performance, Gwamba said it was a great event and when invited to perform, he did not hesitate because he is a Christian who is also into business.

“We thought of giving people a little surprise. That is why we had Fredokiss do a verse on Better,” he said.

Gwamba waxed lyrical of Fredokiss as one of the rappers he respect and also a great friend.

Besides Gwamba, gospel songbird Ethel Kamwendo also dished out her best supported by Joseph Tembo’s Groove Magic Band

Sharing is caring!

Follow us in Twitter
oldest most voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
ana a Jah Jah tili khenge
ana a Jah Jah tili khenge
7 years ago

Freddoh my man always talking about social issues u are the best

7 years ago

i like fredo…..kwambiri

7 years ago

Fredo ndi nkhani zina amwene …….i was there, this guy is charismatic and people love him

Read previous post:
Dzuka Malawi: Dear Malawians, We are all corrupt!

If someone asked you whats wrong with Malawi, the simple answer is Malawians. The whine a lot, facebook all their...