Faith to perform in USA


Faith Mussa, famed for the song ‘Mdidi’, announced that he would perform in USA next year during his free concert at St Michael and All Angels in Blantyre on Saturday.
The singer and guitarist held a free show at one of the oldest churches in the country, and the show attracted an impressive audience.
“Praise for us, we will be travelling to USA in March or May. This is a church tour courtesy of Baptist Church. I am going to the United Kingdom early March and, from there, I will proceed to USA where the band will join me,” he said.
Faith said he was grateful to God for the development.
The concert, which saw Faith and his Mdidi Band performing for some time, was broadcast live on Blantyre Synod Radio, which took advantage of the event to call for support from people.
Faith’s parents were present during the concert and they enjoyed the event from start to finish, appreciating their son’s musical works.
Faith took the audience on a worship session showing that he was a good worship leader.
The musician, who made strides this year after performing at the Glastonbury Festival in the United Kingdom, offered worship songs and engaged the audience throughout his performance.
Some of the songs he offered on the special night included ‘Desperate’, ‘Nditumeni’ and ‘Mdidi’, which he saved as the last item on his agenda.
The show was attended by church leaders and other musicians, among them Thoko Suya and David Kalilani.
Faith said it was a special night for him.
“I have always been doing paying events but I thought it wise to bring people together without asking them to pay something. It was all about worshiping God with them,” he said.
The singer said he has been doing free shows in rural areas but, for once, decided to do it in town and that this was also an early Christmas gift.
“The support was amazing and I am happy that some also bought CDs and t-shirts,” Faith said.
His father said he had a good time.
“It was a good time to encourage each other but also to uplift God, especially looking at where we have come from,” Faith’s father said.
He also said that the Mussa Family, which was popular in the past years, would come back.
“It’s just that the boys were out doing their school but that chance is there now and people will see something different,” he said, revealing that he now plays a saxophone.
He said that he taught Faith music when he was young and that he listened to him.
Faith’s mother also said she was happy with the path that her son had taken.
“I am happy and I thank God for this. God is doing wonders in him and he should continue,” he said.

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