Blantyre-based firm Bleep Revolution continues to work with different artists in the country by giving them a platform to showcase their talent.
Having successfully managed to hold four poetry gatherings in Blantyre in different venues, Bleep Revolution is at it again this Sunday hosting what it dubs Chiphwando Cha Ndakatulo at Blantyre Cultural Centre (BCC).
Bleep Revolutions Blessings Cheleuka said they are excited to hold another poetry and music show which is aimed at giving a platform to artists to show their talents.
“We want to bring out the best from the artists; you may wish to know that some poets have released new poetry albums and poems so this is their chance to perform the new poems,” said Cheleuka.
He revealed that one of the poets who has stitched new poems and is expected to release a new poetry album is Robert Chiwamba, who is currently one of the hottest poets.
Chiwamba famed for the poem ‘Uzafa Imfa Yowawa,’ has always impressed during poetry gatherings and he is part of this poetry feast and is set to share the stage with several other poets including Raphael Sitima, Joseph Madzedze, Madalitso Nyambo, Sylvester Kalizang’oma, Issa Zuze, Thandi Chikopa and Yohane Pangani.
Cheleuka said the gathering will also bring on board mimickers Frank Naligonje popularly known as Atcheya, who prides in mimicking former head of state Bakili Muluzi, Snowden Tembo alias Mr Malawi, who mimics former president late Bingu wa Mutharika and Kenwood Sambalika, known as Aunt Geti, who mimics former president Joyce Banda.
“This is a family entertainment and so we urge people to come in large numbers and be entertained with poetry but also music as we have roped in gospel singer Maggie Mangani, who has also released a new album,” he said.
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