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Randy’s music concert lives up to the billing

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Nansungwi returned to the stage on Sunday, hosting a well organised and colourful music concert at Robin’s Park in Blantyre.

The concert saw him coming face to face with Shammah Vocals, better known as the bongo master, who excited the audience with his tracks such as ‘Kalondolondo’ and ‘Zoe’.

Before offering his own songs, Shammah Vocals joined Randy to collaborate in the track ‘Dziko’.

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There was also another moment when Randy collaborated with rapper Waxy K in the track ‘Thathwe’.

With his rap vitality, Waxy K excited people during his short appearance, with some seeking more of his vibes.

“Waxy K is very talented and humble and this is why I decided to work with him. Rap is not my game but I enjoyed working with him in this track and I hope we do more,” Randy said.

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He described the concert as a success and that people should look forward to more of such events.

It was a special day where the not so huge audience also enjoyed the performances of Pastor Sausten Mfune, who served his track ‘He Will Do It Again’ and had people singing along.

Then there was My Soul Acappella, who stood out with their acappella set as their creativity brought smiles to many in the hall.

The concert, which also featured Esther Chitheka Lewis in the absence of her mother, who was reported to be unwell, went all the way to the evening when people were still longing for more music, with Randy closing the curtain.

There was also a moment when some players made contributions to support Randy’s music mission by buying some of his albums.

Felix Njawala, who used to drive the forgotten E-Wallet Talent show, hailed Randy for growing his music having passed through E-Wallet. He got some of Randy’s CDs and pledged K100,000.

“Randy passed through E-Wallet Talent show and came third but realising his potential he never stopped here. He has continued to perfect himself up to where he is now and I am proud of what he has done.

“It is the same with Shammah Vocals, he was told during E-Wallet that music was not his area but kept faith in himself and he is big now. To young people who have talent, push that talent and expose it,” Njawala said.

In February this year, Randy also held a gospel music concert in Lilongwe.

With over 15 years in the music industry, Randy, who apart from E-Wallet has also participated in competitions such as Idols and Project Fame, has previously starred for groups such as Genesis, Higher Ground and Mixed Voices Reunion.

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