Gwamba, real name Duncan Zgambo, is set to hold an online show dubbed ‘Sorry for Covid-19’ on January 30 2021.
The musician comes out with the performance following a rise in cases and death of Covid-19.
The pandemic continues to claim lives globally and in the country Covid-19 has recently claimed the lives of a number of renowned people including two Cabinet ministers – Sidik Mia and Lingson Belekanyama.
Gwamba said Tuesday that, for some time now, he has had moments of deep conversations with himself reflecting on how the pandemic has fundamentally changed the relationship between himself as an artist and his fans.
“I have lost business because we cannot hold shows from which we earn a coin that sustains our lives. Similarly, my fans – and fans of other artists as well-have been denied the fun they derive from attending shows. I know several fans who get comfort and encouragement when they listen to music during shows,” Gwamba said.
Moved by these two critical issues, Gwamba said he will hold an online show aimed at comforting and entertaining his fans and the general public.
“The performance will be live on Zodiak Television and also my Facebook page. With this performance, I aim to, comfort and encourage my fans for failing to interact with me, through my shows because of Covid-19,” he said.
Despite holding an online show last year with Lawi, Gwamba last year cancelled a number of his shows due to Covid-19.
The artist last year, through his team, managed to host the Malawi Hip Hop Awards.