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Gwamba to record in Tanzania

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Gwamba is expected to leave the country for Tanzania later this month to record with one of the artists there as part of expanding his base.

The gospel rapper announced this on Saturday during his virtual show dubbed ‘Sorry for Covid’ held at KBG’s Studio in Lilongwe.

“We keep on working hard and bringing new music despite Covid. God will see us through this. There is always hope and we just have to keep praying and looking up to him. So, next month (this month) I am off to Tanzania to record with one of the top artists,” Gwamba said.

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He, however, could not come out to name the top artist he is set to record with in Tanzania.

The artist has collaborated with a number of artists both local and international.

On the concert, which was his first this year, Gwamba said it was all about comforting and encouraging people to remain positive as well as entertaining them.

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“I had to do it especially this time as we battle the pandemic. I have not interacted with the people for sometime due to Covid and I thought of doing it. It has been a successful show and I would like to thank all players who made it possible for this event to happen,” he said.

The artist performed his songs live backed by a band which had members such as drummer Luciano, pianist Chisomo Ngondo and renowned producer and keyboardist Mozy Moshu Shumba.

The performance saw him collaborate with artists such as Lulu, Kell Kay and his sisters and a surprise performance from Charisma who did a verse on the track ‘Mbama’.

Malinga Mafia also starred during the show doing a verse on ‘Nthawi Zanji’ while Kal El came in on ‘Own Time’, with Lulu bringing a surprise in the song ‘Zizakhala Better’.

Backed by AK, the concert also saw Kell Kay join Gwamba in the song ‘Akondakitale’. The track ‘Akondakitale’ is the one he did with Lawi.

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