By Sam Banda Jnr
Singer and guitarist Faith Mussa set another record in his musical profile when he artistically held a corporate tip concert at Mike Appel and Gatto Limited showroom on Saturday night, which attracted people from all walks of life.
The Mike Appel and Gatto showroom is a space that welcomes the company’s customers to appreciate its products such as motor vehicles, motor cycles, power products and water pumps, among others, but it turned into an entertainment haven, with Faith serving music.
The audience, which included South Africa-based gospel musician Frank Chimpanzi, enjoyed a two-hour music session from Faith, who at one moment introduced new talent in Mwayi Kamng’ona and later Music Crossroads of Malawi product Maku.
The Lilongwe-based musician, who showed his prowess in his one-act set playing a number of instruments and also had time to play a song for the girl child as World Vision International Ambassador delivered the first set before going on a break with the audience enjoying snacks and drinks.
He then came for his second set, which he finished off with Maku as backing vocalist, and ended the performance which was hosted by a girl on a high note with the track ‘Mdidi’ which lifted everyone in the hall as they sang along and danced.
“I would like to thank people for the support tonight. There are more projects coming including a new album and I will start dropping songs later this month,” Faith said.