Nigerian Afro-pop 2face to perform in Malawi

Barely three months after Nigerian Afro-pop duo of Peter and Paul popularly known as P Square invaded Malawi; another Nigerian Star and award winner, 2face Idibia is all se to conquer the country in July.

Surprisingly, this will not be 2face’s first performance in Malawi. He once had a scintillating act in 2008 when, together with Jozi of South Africa, Nameless of Kenya and Zambian K Millan, invaded Blantyre under Ethel Mutharika memorial show.

His second coming set for mid July, is part of the artist’s SADC tour and is set to hold two shows in the cities of Blantyre and Lilongwe, courtesy of Africa Film Academy and Film in a Box Malawi.

In an interview, Film in a Box Malawi official, Wezzie Kwanza PA said the multi-award winner artist is ‘100 percent’ confirmed to perform in the country mid July with more details to be days to come.


“The concert is set for mid July. More details will be out next week,” said Kwanza PA.

Meanwhile, the organizers have already started advertising about the concert, highlighting it as Live Concert One SADC Tour with Kwanza PA disclosing the two times Music of Black Origin (MOBO) winner would share the stage with
local artists.

While the country is still cherishing inerasable memories of the Alingo Stars’ act in March this year, music enthusiasts are yet to be thrown into another frenzy encounter with the If Love is Crime and African Queen hit-maker. P Square performed in Lilongwe in March as key performers at Africa Movie Awards nominations.

Based on 2face’s breath-taking stage act at Limbe Country Club way back in 2008 and vast music know-how gain over the year, there is nothing more than laudable act one would not mind to bet all his earnings on come this July.

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