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Singer and guitarist Lawi said Thursday that people will experience another musical buffet during the second launch of his 24-track Thirties album on October 8 at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe.

Lawi’s second outing comes after his successful first step on Independence Day at Sunbird Mount Soche Hotel in Blantyre, where he shared the stage with Ethel Kamwendo Banda, Chancellor College Alumni Choir led by Father Augustine Kaliu, Piksy and Joyful Souls.

The artist will this time come face to face with South African veteran musician PJ Powers.

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“PJ Powers is a godmother in African music and her voice has echoed as far as all corners of the globe and this has been so ever since I was a child. So, it is a great honour to share the gift of music and the stage with mother Africa herself,” he said.

Some of the songs that make up Thirties include ‘Mpaka Kuche’, ‘In the Night’, ‘Kalowe’, ‘Zitsulo’ and ‘Galimoto’.

He said he believes his music inspires listeners to do more for humanity, indicating that there is education, strength, comfort, advice and direction in his music.

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The Mulanje Mountain Ambassador said he is committed to supporting girls education under the Girls Education Trust.

He said apart from being a public figure, he belongs to the community; as such, he thought of reaching out through the venture and urged fellow artists to emulate this gesture.

Lawi’s previous albums are Lawi and Sunset in the Sky.

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