Zambian B1 dates Blantyre for Malawi@50 show

Zambian renowned artist B1 and Malawi’s music kinging  Lucius ‘Soldier’ Banda will on Friday share the stage with other local artists among others Skeffa Chimoto and his Real Sounds Band at Motel Paradise as one way to celebrate Malawi’s 50 Years of Independence.

The much awaited show has been organized by Entertainers Promotions.

Entertainers Promotions manager Jai Banda, who is also popularly known as Mr Entertainer said on Sunday that all is set for the show urging the people from Blantyre to grace for one of the best shows.

Banda said fans should definitely look forward to dancing to the hit song Chikondi!

B1 and his dancers on stage
B1 and his dancers on stage

“Zambia B1 is coming with a mission! The song Pillow with the ear catching lyrics ‘Sindifuna kukumbatila pillow, ndikufuna kukumbatila madam wanga azindimvesa good… ‘Fans will enjoy the song. Fans should also look forward to dancing to Chinshala, Secret ku bed and many other hits from the Zambian star,” said Banda.

He also said  Lucius Banda  is raring to get on stage this Friday with his dancing crew of Jane, Kumbo and Sammy Cool.

“Then comes Edgar and Davis! The  duo are simply entertainers and with their Energy Saver fans should be in for a treat! Davis Njovu and Edgar Kachere will throw away their court wigs and strap guitars on their backs,” he said.

Skeffa Chimoto  of the Chinamuluma chakuda famewill also grace the show.

Banda said  what makes Entertainers shows different from any other show is that  fans should expect Motel Paradise to be turned into a paradise with smoke and bubbles!

“This promises to be one of the best shows this year and one cannot afford to miss it,” concludes Banda.

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