Taking time out from their busy schedules, Ghetto Gutter Entertainment artists, Ace Dirty and Fredokiss visited the Agape Orphanage in Blantyre where they talked to and mentored the young students about various life issues. Also in attendance was Mr Slyk who was the Dj at the event making sure things were lively as the children danced before being served lunch.
This is the 2nd year running that Fredokiss has been a part of such a charitable initiative and the artist sees no reason to stop, “This is just the beginning! I believe as artists we can influence our society in a positive way and help grow and protect our nation both from evils within and without.”
Well, we all remember Toast who recently released a track called “Stainless” on which he featured prominent rapper Viceroy. This time he teams up with T1 who, together, make up the Rap Clique “Street Fame”.
These two started working as a Team in 2011 and managed to work on their first mixtape called “Verbal Magic” in 2012-2013 which features artists like BFB and GD. Currently working with Kortyz of Hyprofile Music, the duo have managed to release a new single to their upcoming EP “Beyond Dreams” which is destined to be released early next year.
Below is the Download of their new song “Buns and Hands”. Enjoy!
Timoteo Malawi has had quite the surprising 2014. First he wrote and recorded “Ma Kwacha Ndi Ma Dollars,” a song he’d ever written specifically for a politically motivated topic ‘Cash-gate’.
Then, this month, he worked with top music producer and performing artist Janta on his new video “Black Chick”.
Black Chick is a single from Timoteo Malawi’s 2nd studio Album “African Tears” which was released in November 2013. The song in harmony with the whole album talks about issues that Africa shade tears for, mainly because of western influence.
Black Chick which was produced by Janta encourages all African ladies to be satisfied with who they are. The lines like” Black is Beautiful” and “you aren’t broken gal don’t you fix yourself” reviles the heart for this wonderful song.
The video features most of Lilongwe top models the likes of Chichi, Mwajuma, Kissy face, Meek and Anita. It was shot by Slim Jay and was edited by Essim, under Tkmore/Lowfat studios.
Project April show organizers will on 20th December embark on charity work as they have scheduled to donate peanut butter at Kamuzu Central Hospital’s (KCH), HIV/AIDS treatment rooms (light house) patients.
Man on helm of the Project April, Timothy Kailedzi well known in musical cycles as Timoteo Malawi explained that this donation has been made to coincide with the 2014 theme of the Project April show which is under ‘no victim, no abuse’.
Timoteo added that as artists they saw it worthy to pay a visit to those in sick bed at the central hospital with peanut butter which will help to give energy to the patients at the hospital.
“We chose peanut butter because it’s the best supplement for people who are sick and some of them who face various discrimination and abuses that they cannot afford to a find meal which can help to build their everyday healthy life.
He further said that, “with the budget of the big donation event pledged at one hundred thousand kwacha, anyone can still stretch his or her hand and contribute to through Airtel money at 0999267625.
The models and artists who are to donate peanut are Kissy Face, Baby Nana, Chichi, Tinnie and Capital gal.
Last year`s Project April winners are requested to show up on the day so as to show support.
Timoteo Malawi is an activist who believes that through music and arts, much can be done to help overcome child abuse and all other forms of abuses. He further urges other urban artists to follow suit by doing arts for a change and stop being profit-oriented in their endeavors.
Stop child abuse, promote arts!
Afro-pop singer, Dan Lufani has just launched his new album in style. Dan Lu showed the world why he deserved to be up there with the country’s best when he launched his album in style on Sunday in Lilongwe at the Lilongwe Golf Club.
The top-drawer event hosted by Patrick Malimero, and co-hosted by Nyakwawa Anne Matumbi, was attended by many, and saw Dan Lu unveiling his new album ‘Sorry’. Dan Lu said this was just a glimpse of what was to come and people should brace for Dan Lu who is out to entertain. According to Mr. Lufani, he said the album will go a long way in helping people that have wishes to realize their dream in grand style and have no regrets as most the songs deal with social issues including love, relationships and social cohesion.
The Host Patrick Malimero, with co-host of the even Anne Matumbi
Skeffa took the stage and gave people their money’s worth, and after the crowd stopped chanting Skeffa’s name, the lights dimmed and on came Dan Lu displaying all the stage presence that has captivated fans around the world for nearly 10 years now.
Accompanied by his 4 dancers and The Lockers Band, Dan Lu powered his way through hits like ‘Sorry’ and ‘Shupie’ among other songs he performed at show.
After Dan Lu’s performance, the show also graced a marvel performance by the Black Missionaries who were the last act on stage.
In an interview on the sidelines launch, Dan Lu said he was very grateful for the launch’s success both in Blantyre and Lilongwe, and he thanked his fans for attendance and also fellow musicians who committed their time to support him. He also said that the album the album will be available for sale in many places including filling stations, supermarkets and many other music outs including online copies from Malawi’s number one online music store Malawi-Music.com from Monday, the 8th of December.
At the show, Dan Lu adhered to his earlier promise and gave out 50 CD of the album to early comers. Though the show was a success, some fans expressed frustrations over the absence of urban artist Dali, of the hit song Nyamulira, who was not in attendance due to unforeseen circumstances.
Energetic young afro-pop musician, song writer and actor Dan Lufani, has hinted that all is set for his “Sorry” album launch, and he has promised fireworks and fun filled shows in both Blantyre and Lilongwe over the weekend.
The album will be launched this weekend December 5th at the famous Robins Park in Blantyre. December 7th the same weekend, Dan Lu will be in Lilongwe for the second leg to bring the show to his native town fans, at The Golf Club in the capital Lilongwe. Well printed CD’s of the album will also be dished out to the first 50 entries at both shows in Blantyre and Lilongwe.
Both shows will be spiced up with performances from The Black Missionaries, Dali of the Nyamulira fame, Skeffa Chimoto, Wizzo and Blak Jack.
His anticipated album launch has generated a lot of expectations among a large number of music fans and the general public. This is as a result of the success of his music video ‘Sorry’ from the same album which was shot and produced by video genius VJ Ice of Flashlight Photography.
The song talks about how people these days think that saying sorry will magically ease and solve everything. It also hints on human behavioral activities like cheating and lying that people need to stop and be truthful.
On his album, Dan Lu has featured and collaborated with a lot of local and international artistes in the album, these artiste’s include Piksy, The Black Missionaries, and Organized Family to name but a few.
The afro-pop artiste who started his professional musical career in the late 2000’s has over the decade worked and shared stages with various international artists 2Face (Nigeria), P-Square (Nigeria), KC Limpopo (Nigeria), Ugotuvi Jemus (Nigeria), Black Dogg (Nigeria), Nameless (Kenya), Dizzy Don (Zimbabwe), Zahara (RSA), Danny (Zambia), Ranel (Zambia), Organized Family (Zambia), Uniq (Zambia), Yellow Man (Zambia), B1 (Zambia), Petersen (Zambia), Exile (Zambia), Mampi (Zambia) and The Third (Zambia), among others.
Rapper Emm Q on Saturday afternoon launched his much awaited album, at a fun-filled show that took place at Club Amazon in Lilongwe.
The show started on a good note with main performances from Nyasa Queens, Tidacase, Teebs & Jeelz who both dropped amazing sets and got very good applauses from fans who attended the show.
Blaq Falcon Bird (BFB) came on stage with a freestyle before triumphing fans with the famous hit track Loco ili Swagg and a few other known tracks from the celebrated producer.
His performance was enjoyed many, he was then followed by performances from Mwanache who as usual, delivered a good performance. Penetrator took to the stage with ‘She is the one’ and that took people back to the good old Pittie Boiz days and it was well applauded and enjoyed.
With time running Dali formerly known as Tech Dali, treated people with a well-done and mature performance of his hit single ‘Nyamulira’. His performance saw girls rushing to the stage just to get to dance with the famed artist.
The Blantyre-based artist currently signed with Bensam Entertainment had to travel all the way from Blantyre to deliver the catchy performance.
Before the man of the show took the stage, fans were very amused with a jaw-dropping performance by Verbal Slaughter Inc. signed artist, Spotless, she gave in an amazing performance and her rapping and dancing was just classic.
The moment came for the man of the event to show his fans what he had in stock for them, he performed a few of his old tracks followed by some from the new album, he was joined on stage by Penetrator and his brother L.I during the performance of Kwa Makolo Ako, a song which both are featured. His performance was magnificent and fans were pleased with it.
Upcoming artist Charisma was the closing act for the show and then the DJ jumped with some good spins on the ones and twos.
The album titled ‘Am Emm Q’ contains a new collection of tunes song which features artist like T-Baby, BFB, L.I and Penetrator, just to mention a few. Currently, a music video for Chomwe Ndakonda from the same album is in the making.
The rapper real name Emmanuel Nkosi, thanked his fellow artists for the overwhelming support that they showed him, and also his fans and everybody who attended the show.