Tay Grin next stop of his free shows: Mzuzu City to celebrate Nyasa  Awards

Malawi hip-hop superstar Tay Grin, real name Limbani Kalilani,  takes the free show to celebrate  his win of three awards at the recent Nyasa Music Awards to  Mzuzu  City at the Upper Stadium on Sunday, July 22 .

Tay Grin: The Nyasa awards calls for a celebration through free music shows.

After attracting thousands of people both in Lilongwe and Blantyre, the ‘Lubwa’ star’s performance expect to attract thousands more in Mzuzu.

“I would like to celebrate my winning of the Nyasa Music Award and all the awards that I have won in the past. I also want to interact with my fans in Mzuzu most of whom have not seen me performing live, this only shows that I value the support that I have received from my fans across Malawi,” he said.

Tay Grin said apart from interacting with his fans, he would like to give an opportunity to up and coming artists to showcase their talent.

“Over the years, I have done a lot to give up and coming artists the platform to showcase their talent. There are a lot of talented artists in Malawi but most of whom do not have the opportunity to showcase their talent to a huge crowd,” he said.

Before the free show, Tay Grin will interact with students from a school in Mzuzu which is yet to be confirmed. The Nyau King will also hold a workshop with the artists to help them understand the music industry and how to make it big.

After the Sunday performance, there will be an After Party at Queens Club where entry fee is K1500. The upcoming artists in Mzuzu will support his performance.

The free show has been sponsored by Astro Mobile, Tutufye FM, FDH Bank, MBC, Black Rhyno, Gold Mountain media, Castel, XXL and Quench

Tay Grin is one of the most successful rappers in Malawi with a number of awards and collaborations with international artists.

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