Nigerian singer Fireboy DML has promised fans fireworks during Saturday’s Sound and Light Shandie Launch concert at Blantyre Sports Club.
The concert will see Castel Malawi launching its Shandie beer, whose target audience is mainly those who cannot handle high levels of alcohol.
At a press conference held at Amaryllis Hotel in Blantyre Thursday, Fireboy said fans should gear up for a mixture of emotional and hyped performance.
“I like to get emotional with my fans. It is actually great that I came to Malawi five days before my performance so I can get to understand the country more. I do not just spend time singing but I like to interact with the fans.
“So, people coming to the show should expect an intimate time as well as a hype performance. My performance will at least last for an hour and I am performing about 15 songs,” he said.
Fireboy further said he would like to interact with more local artists — after meeting up with Tay Grin recently.
“I met Tay Grin on Wednesday in Lilongwe and he was very welcoming. I would like to meet more Malawian artists but that does not mean I will force a collaboration song with Malawian artists.
“Making music together is a more spiritual process and I would need to have a connection with an artist here before I get to collaborate with them,” he said.
The artist jetted into the country on Monday through Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe before coming down to Blantyre Thursday.
He is expected to perform live with a local band and share the stage with acts such as Onesimus and Piksy.
Team Entertainers and Castel have since said people should brace for an experience during the concert.
Team Entertainers mounted the stage for the concert Thursday.