Monthly Archives: September 2013

Warge’s misplaced talent


Don’t be surprised; Warge Wanangwa Phiri is a music producer from Lilongwe who took care of Mafunyeta’s latest album, assuming you have listened to it. He has proven to be one of the most talented musical acts going by the … Continue reading

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The Folly of Political Songs


When we talk of political music in Malawi, what fast comes to mind is Joseph Nkasa’s ‘Mose wa Lero’ and of course ‘Yellow’ by Lucius Banda, that came before it. When you look at the relevance of this music then, … Continue reading

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Morgan Heritage challenges Malawi


On August 29, 2013, at around 1841 hours, Gramps Morgan wrote on his official facebook wall that it’s official: “We are coming to Africa, the dates have been cut out any ‘Experienced Promoter’ can link us or if you know … Continue reading

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Mafunyeta, death in crystal ball


There is something about death of musicians that beggars belief. It seems musicians always hint about their own death. Take Vic Marley, for example. A few days after his track ‘Ndikazamwalira’ where he was wondering whether he would die in … Continue reading

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