Morgan Heritage returns to Malawi April 30: Live band performance this time

True to their word, true to their conviction as trend setters when it comes to inviting renowned international reggae artist is to their homeland, Born Afrikaner Production have announced the live performance of The Royal Family, Morgan Heritage and this time around its a 16 member band.

Morgan Heritage coming again to Malawi
Morgan Heritage coming again to Malawi

After a promotional performance of their new album, Strictly Roots in December last year, one of the band members Gramps Morgan promised Malawians that they will be back this year with a festival.

“Born Afrikan Productions presents “THE MUSIC UNITE FESTIVAL “on the 30th ofApril,” wrote Born Afrikan, also known as Nelson Shaba on his Facebook account.

Announcing of what is dubbed a ‘Mission Possible’ initiative, Born Afrikan has brought down the charges to K8000 without any VIP fee.

In an interview with Nyasa Times, Born Afrikaner local coordinator Mphatso Chaluluka said the coming of the full band signifies the quality of live performance the promoters aim at giving Malawians.

So far according to the communication, its Morgan Heritage and Born Afrikan earmarked to perform.

“There will also be various performance but as professionals, we will announce once the contracts have been sealed,” said Chaluluka.

He also said the venue will be announced once its confirmed.

Following the announcement, fans have been commenting on the show they have been waiting for.

Raymond Msalawatha said, “thats the way to go Rasta…!!!!in full support of Born Afrikan productions.”

Alfred Davids Mwanyama said he has no doubt of the show.

“I have no reason to doubt this since I know circumstances surrounding the first one. I seek solace in the wisdom of half a loaf is better than none. I look forward to the new date. One love!”

Emmanuel Hope Kafaamveka said, “Please line up the real upcoming reggae artists of Malawi. Put them on the map let them collaborate with the Jamrock singers. That’s just my plea.”

Morgan Heritage performance is far cheaper than anywhere else in the world but as in other countries Morgan Heritage pegs its standard tickets at £40 or $50.

The world’s mega reggae band, Morgan Heritage, a music group of five Jamaican family members who were born and raised in New York, USA is always ever ready to push themselves beyond the frontiers is comprised of arty siblings Peetah, Una, Roy (known as Gramps) Nakhamyah (known as Lukes) and Memmalatel (known as Mojo) Morgan.

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Eddy Gomez
5 years ago

Mbuzi Za Wanthu,mukutiona Ngati Makape Ife Eti?Bwerani Muli Olandilidwa Guyz,koma Bola Mukonzekere Makofi,chifukwatu Ndizizangogawa Ngati Moni.

Ineyo Ine
Ineyo Ine
5 years ago

This time around expect fireworks because they are bringing a 500 Terrabite External Hard Drive Full of Reggae vibes, not just a cd.

khili chimtokoma
khili chimtokoma
5 years ago

Even if they are to use the CD again I will go again eeeiiissshh I cant wait for April 30 pliz pliz pliz!!

Yesaya
Yesaya
5 years ago

Mbuzi za a Malawi. Kumangobeledwa mtima uli ziiiiiiih! No wonder ndalama zakenso zakuba/ufiti

humphrey
humphrey
5 years ago

we are there again!!!!! hurry up with the venue

utsi ndi chakudya!
utsi ndi chakudya!
5 years ago

what a sympathy…I understand u realised that u did not give what we were expected….then as u promised….then thanks for ur humanity..Welcome again!

SALIMA BOYS
SALIMA BOYS
5 years ago

Bless and Love,everytym,we r going there straight…

jojo
5 years ago

Those who want to go should go, those who doesn’t want, please don’t dare to. I am definately going to pay again. Inu ma yo khalani chete ngati mulibe ndalama zanu zimenezo

Dboy
Dboy
5 years ago

Will Go Again,we Love The Guyz

Chimms
Chimms
5 years ago

Once I’m damn sure that it will indeed be alive performance with their band,I will once again be there.
I just love some of their pieces hence ticket to be bought on a show day.

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