Tonderai buys Bucci’s mix-tape at K50,000 on behalf of Patience Namadingo

Nde’feyo Entertainment’s signee Bucci was over the moon when Entertainers Promotion Manager Tonderai Jai Banda bought a copy of his Worth the Wait” (WTW) mix-tape at K50,000 during the launch at Chrichi Multi-Purpose Garden in Chitawira, Blantyre on Saturday.

Bucci performing
Bucci performing
Tonderai with Bucci's mix tape
Tonderai with Bucci’s mix tape

Banda bought the mix-tape copy on behalf of his artist Patience Namadingo who was not available during the show.

“I am happy to support such talented artist. I would like to set an example for people to stop pirating the work of our local artists, instead we should support them,” said Banda.

The event was spiced up with performances from supporting such as Fredokiss, Theo Thomson, Mafo, Saint, Classmates, Dali, Marcus, Toast, Trap Squad and Sangie.

Bucci gave a scintillating performance to the delight of the sizeable audience that stopped at nothing but to give the artist an overwhelming support.

The 20 track (WTW) project is truly worth the wait as it brings together the finest vocal features and productions.

The mix-tape contains some spectacular, beautiful R&B, afro pop and a feel of house/dancehall music, and it boasts of productions from Nde’feyo in house producer Gaffer, Daredevilz, Tricky Beatz, Black Eye, Yesaya and Bucci himself.

The launch was followed by an after party at Basement Night Club.

On Wednesday May 25th Bucci released his 2016 first music video, Disappear.

The song is a sound-track to yet-to-be released movie ‘Sponge’ shot in Atlanta in USA and Malawi. Bucci also makes cameo appearance in the movie.

Directed by Chaz- who also developed the concept- Disappear video has been shot and produced by Sukez of HD Plus Creations. The video has been shot in various locations in Blantyre and featured former Miss Warm Heart beauty contest winner Aisha Chiwaula.

The artist is expected to release his yet-to-be named album later this year.

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