Gospel musician King James Phiri, famed for songs such as ‘Chichitika’ and ‘Yona’, takes to the stage tonight to treat people to a Worship Experience at Times Entertainment Studios in Blantyre.
King James Phiri will be holding the Worship Experience in partnership with Times Group through Times Television.
This will be the second Worship Experience for Times Television, having successfully hosted the first event which featured Thoko Suya.
“I am excited and looking forward to this worship experience. It will be a great time. I have trained massively and I am ready. I just want to call upon people to come in large numbers and be part of this event,” he said.
Times Television, which has been in the forefront in offering a platform to creatives to showcase their talents, has created this platform to bring people together and engage them in praise and worship experience.
In another development, gospel musician Wendy Harawa will on Sunday night launch her album titled Wandiyitana at Bingu International Convention Centre in Lilongwe.
The launch will see Wendy sharing the stage with American gospel musician and pastor Travis Greene, who jets into the country tomorrow.
“I am ready. It will be a great night and I am happy to have Pastor Travis Greene who has always inspired me,” she said.
Other artists set to perform at the album launch include Abel Chungu from Zambia, Paul Kachala and Lulu.
Wendy’s 12-track album in which she has collaborated with several acts including Namibia’s Maranatha and Kenya’s Guardian Angel has songs such as ‘Kuhambelela’ and ‘Akuwona’.
In the film sector, filmmaker Ashukile Mwakisulu leaves the country tomorrow for Lusaka, Zambia to fly the country’s flag at this year’s Sotambe Film Festival.
Mwakisulu will be hoping for the best for his movie All We Have is Us which got nominated for Best Feature Film – Southern Africa.
The festival runs from September 16 to 24.