Husky-voiced musician Nepman will through his Fil Defia Movement, this coming Sunday share the stage with reggae group Black Missionaries at Ozone Refreshment Centre in Machinjiri, Blantyre.
Nepman said Wednesday he was looking forward to the show, which he described as unique.
“I am saying it is unique because people will be treated to music by Nepman, Black Missionaries and we also have Zembani,” he said.
Nepman said it has been some time since he had a performance and that he was looking forward to giving out the best.
“It’s been tough for the creative sector due to Covid restrictions. Things are better now, Covid cases have gone down and, so, we are back. Of course, all Covid measures will be followed,” he said.
Black Missionaries’ lead vocalist Anjiru Fumulani confirmed the development.
“We are ready for the show and this is a chance for people to sample our new songs from Kuimba 12, which we are set to release in November this year,” Anjiru said.
The reggae group will be performing at Ozone Refreshment Centre, having had two successful shows last weekend at Zitherepano in Mangochi and M1 Centre Point in Lilongwe.