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With the gospel fraternity anticipating the coming in of USA-based rapper Reclay, the brothers and sisters in faith should brace for another coming of three other foreign artists who are to perform in Blantyre and Lilongwe next week.
The artists Jahaziel and Tru2DaName from United Kingdom and Zambian Chungu are expected to share the stage with local acts in the likes of well-known Gospel, Q Malewezi, Duwa, Jay Josh, Marlyn, Sayo and C-Scripture under The Spokesman Still Livin Tour presented by Ephsix11.
According to information sourced from the organizers, the tour of the performers will sing out to the audiences in both cities for free.
In Blantyre the show is slated for Friday next week and on Saturday the fun moves to Lilongwe. Mafilika and Bic band are expected to back up the artists.
Secular audience will also have its share of fun with coming of Zambian artist K’Millani. K’Millani popularly known for his hit song Undikonderachani arrived in the country under the invitation of Zembani Music Company owned by the country’s prominent secular artist Lucius Banda.
In an interview yesterday Lucius Banda said they will have a couple of performances over the weekend.
K’Millani comes into the country days after fellow Zambian secular musician Davie of Love Farmer fame had series of live performances along side Dan Lu recently.
However, K’Millani will only perform for northern region audience leaving the central and southern region music pundits starving for his stage antics.
“He arrived in on Tuesday and we will rehearse Wednesday and Thursday before our first show in Karonga on Friday and then two other shows in Mzuzu over the weekend,” Lucius said.
The self-proclaimed soldier of the poor said he had to cancle shows for southern and central region slated for next week due to the late Evison Matafale’s 10th memorial show in Chileka on 27th.
“I thought it unwise to have shows while my brothers the black Missionaries are having the memorial show of one of our fallen heroes, Matafale. i want to be part of the memorial, therefore i cancelled all shows for next weekend. Unfortunately i could not skip them to next month because i have to leave for South Africa where am expected to perform with Lulu,” he explained.
Apart from K’Millani and Lucius performing, the show is also expected to have Wendy Harawa and Katelele Ching’oma in attendance.
K’Millani is no stranger to Malawian audience having performed in the country a couple of times. He had once performed in Blantyre during Ethel Mutharika memorial show in 2008.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :