Nyasa Music Group has said people should look forward to their awards and festival next year.
Nyasa Music Group Director James Makunje, said Tuesday that with Covid-19 pandemic, they could not manage to hold the awards and festival this year hence shifting to next year.
“Awards are coming without fail in 2021 and we will give more information in two weeks’ time and we have a date set already,” Makunje said.
He also said that the festival will take place next year as well, as they cannot manage it this year due to the pandemic.
“We are busy with preparations at the moment to showcase the festival and awards next year. I know people are looking forward to them looking at the way we have been handling everything,” Makunje said.
Meanwhile, after a long Covid-19 pandemic break, Nyasa Music Group has also announced that it would be hosting South African artist Semi Tee famed for the hit ‘Labantwana Ma Uber’.
He said the show to run with soundtrack from DJ Flame, was part of giving people a treat this summer where several events have been cancelled due to the pandemic.
The show to cost people K6,000 on entry will be held at Barbeques in Blantyre on October 24.
Makunje, said Tuesday that with the Amapiano sound becoming extremely popular these days, they decided Semi Tee to be the headline artist.
“His songs have been trending since December last year and we did not get a chance to fully enjoy them the way we did when Distruction Boyz had ‘Umunye’. So, we felt its only right to get him to come and perform in Malawi for the first time,” Makunje said.
He said no tickets will be sold early and that tickets will be sold at the door.
“We promise nothing but the best during the event. We hope Malawi continue to support the Nyasa brand as they have been doing throughout the years. We have a lot in store and we need their support to bring these events to life,” Makunje said.
Nyasa Music Group has over the years hosted a number of South African artists and they include Heavy K and Zahara.