In a spirit to encourage the youth and everyone to work hard, musician Skeffa Chimoto has been engaged in concerts under the tagline ‘Tiphushe’ (Push).
Skeffa said Thursday he wants, through the concerts, to bring awareness to the youth that there is hope and that hard work pays.
The artist nicknamed Jamming Machine for his energetic live performances has a song of encouragement to his belt titled ‘Kankha’.
Through this track, Skeffa encourages people not to give people no matter the challenges they go through and that they should try and push.
Through the Tiphushe concerts, Skeffa and his Real Sounds Band alongside other acts will today perform at Mwatero Garden in Nkhotakota District before dating Apatsa in Area 36 in Lilongwe on Sunday.
“We encourage the youth to come and patronise these shows. We are saying let us push to achieve our goals no matter the challenges,” Skeffa said.
The Lilongwe concert dubbed Tiphushe Ghetto Musical will feature acts such as Don Tarz, Macia, Wandizoh, Ghuzz, Nanestar, Jargua Paw, Oliver Luka, Real Guy Cadet Luda, Jay G and Born Major.