Janta’s album sales to support upcoming Malawi singers

Award winning afro pop superstar, Janta has pledged 50 percent of his recently released “Collaborations” album sales to supporting upcoming artists.


Speaking in Malawi’s famous ‘Made on Monday’ radio interview with Joy Nathu, Janta said he is expanding his studio to contain more upcoming and established artists.

“I am established. I want to lead by example. I want to show these kids how to succeed in this industry because I am a living example of how a successful artist flourishes in Malawi,” he said.

Janta further attributed his success to being humble and associating with different artists in the music industry.

“I would encourage young artists to be humble. We need new ideas to move forward. The move we are connected, the better,” he noted.

Janta is currently on a promotion tour for his “Collaborations” album which he has featured both local and international artists.

“Collaborations” album features the cream of Malawi’s artists such as Lucius Banda, Lulu, Third Eye, Macelba among others.

Janta’s “Collaborations” album is officially out and can be bought at a minimun of MK2000 .

“The album sells has so far been great. However, those who wish to still show support towards the album can buy at any amount. Make your purchases to the following accounts;  National bank-1000325461 Airtel money-0998180719 Mpamba-0888975019. Send your screenshots to whatsapp number +265998180719 to confirm payment,” Janta explained.

He, however stressed that the album is not available for free downloads, saying the sells proceeds are for a good cause.

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Don Master
Don Master
1 year ago

Kodi anthu amagulabe nyimbo eti?

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