South Africa-based Malawian dancehall artist Don Zagah is set to record with Nkulee Dube, daughter to fallen reggae heavyweight Lucky Dube.
The 25 year old, born Chikumbutso Misinde, said he was happy that he was featuring Dube in his forthcoming album My Life.
“Serious discussions are currently underway,” he said.
He added: “Nkulee is an artist of international standards,” he told Nyasa Times in an interview. “I’m happy that I’m helping raise the Malawian flag in some way.”
He said he was passionate about his trade, and is poised to hit it big.
“I want, from the near future, to help fellow Malawian youth who can’t manage to strike big deals on their own to do so,” said the professionally trained IT Technician who said will record the album through his own record label Safalao Music Empire.
Zagah who left Malawi in search for greener pastures in South Africa hails from Thanganyika Village, Traditional Authority Njolomole, Mlangeni in Ntcheu but grew in Ndirande Township in Malawi’s commercial capital Blantyre.
Before trekking to the South, he worked with Star Marley and Nep Man.