SA’s Heavy-K to perform in Malawi


South Africa’s artist Heavy K is expected to perform in the country early next month.

Heavy K, real name Mkhululi Siqula, will perform in the country courtesy of Chez Ntemba International.

According to DJ Bwanamkubwa of Chez Ntemba International, Heavy K’s first performance will be at Chez Ntemba in Lilongwe on March 4 before dating Chez Ntemba in Blantyre the following day.


The Port Elizabeth born spinner and in-demand producer, Heavy K also known as Drum Boss is coming along with his manager, lead guitarist, two dancing queens and Pumi, a lady who doubles as a musician and dancing queen.

“Heavy K has done two songs with Pumi but she also has her own songs which I am sure Malawians will love,” said DJ Bwanamkubwa.

He added that he will perform in the country after his exploits at Chez Ntemba in Zambia on Valentine’s Day eve.


Speaking in a telephone interview from Zambia, Heavy K, who has also been nominated for the Metro FM Award set for February 26, said he is excited to perform in Malawi.

“I can’t wait to be in Malawi. I am prepared for the shows and I promise nothing but the best,” said Heavy K.

The artist said he has worked with several other musicians including Big Nuzz, Tira, Professor and Oskido.

“I am an open minded artist and free to work with Malawian artists. I am free to do some collaborations with any other artist who will make himself or herself available for me before, during and after the show,” he said.

The 25-year-old artist is a self-taught music composer, songwriter, Producer, DJ and Performer.

Some of his popular songs are ‘Drum Bos,’ ‘Sweetie,’ and ‘Izizwe.’

Heavy-K is one of the founders and composer for the Notorious DJ/Producers group ‘Point 5’ and has contributed a number of hits for Point 5 tracks such as the award winning track ‘Lento,’ produced by Professor and Speedy.

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