Daily Archives: August 2, 2017

When Chaponda enlists Nkasa


If Joseph Nkasa was sent by minister of agriculture,irrigation and water development George Chaponda to douse fires currently burning down his political career, then his decision to take the offer has aggravated his dying musical vocation. Conversely, if Joseph Nkasa … Continue reading

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The way of Kenyatta Hill


Joseph Hill, the fallen reggae hero whose son Kenyatta and wife Pauline were in town a few weeks ago should be smiling from above. There are several Jamaican reggae artists that have died. One that quickly comes to mind is … Continue reading

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The Wadusa pompa Rivalry


The first time I ever remember of rivalry over one particular song is when Annie Matumbi did collaboration with Nelson Katsache to hit back at Peter Mawanga who did a track called Amakhala ku Blantyre as Peter Paine. Apparently Peter … Continue reading

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Sangie was overbilled


Granted, Sangie – the emerging reggae artiste– has graced the billboards where she is selling a number of telecommunication products and services. She has stormed the male dominated musical stage with a litany of single hits that have made Sangie … Continue reading

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Sangie gives her music a women theme


The unique approach to this male dominated industry has earned Sangie, the upcoming female artist, much respect among music lovers and critics alike. She has put out well thought out music in both audio and video forms that continue helping … Continue reading

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Quantity against Quality in Live shows


This week as I took a walk around Motel Blantyre I couldn’t help it but notice the numerous posters advertising live performances by Malawi artists. They ranged from secular to gospel artists promising scintillating performances in various venues around Blantyre. … Continue reading

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The Patience Namadingo Way


Many people reacted differently when musician Patience Namadingo announced that within the next 40 days he will be one artist with one guitar followed by one cameraman to perform one song on every visit out of 400 visits he was … Continue reading

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