Musician Tay Grin, popularly known as Nyau King, and his Black Rhyno Entertainment have organised a show at which South African artist Busiswa will perform on New Year’s eve.
The show has been organised in collaboration with Amaryllis Hotel.
Busiswa is set to be the guest act.
This will be the second time for Busiswa to perform in the country, having starred at the Nyasa Music Festival at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre last year.
Tay Grin said the show has been organised as one way of giving people a treat as they look forward to ushering in the New Year and kissing good bye to 2020.
“This will be historical because it will cater to an exclusive and elite audience of only 250 people. It will be luxury-personified and the benchmark for high-end exclusive parties in Malawi.
“We believe in excellence and in setting trends in the entertainment industry. Our clients will be given an opportunity to purchase VIP tickets that include accommodation for two at the five-star hotel,” Tay Grin said.
He said, apart from music, they would also have other activities on the day including party games.
“We have also taken care of everything, in terms of Covid-19 pandemic precausionary measures. So, people should not worry. Busiswa is coming without fail,” Tay Grin, who will host the event, said.
DJs Nathan and Trick will take care of the decks on the day, with Busiswa set to perform live.
Talking about his music career, the artist said 15 years have elapsed since he ventured into the music industry.
“It’s been over 15 years now since I started music. It has not been easy but people have supported me throughout and I am thankful. Music is something that I am passionate about and this is why I have gone all the way to over 15 years,” he said.
He described 2020 as a hard year, when the industry had suffered pain inflicted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
“It has not been easy. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, things didn’t work out. Artists planned to release albums but things didn’t work out. We have lost out in the year 2020 but we are still thankful to God for keeping us alive throughout the year. We have lost our loved ones,” Tay Grin said.
He called on people to continue supporting artists by buying their original works as well as patronising their events.
“We can only grow and succeed in our works when we get supported. People have supported us and all I can say is continue doing so,” Tay Grin, who has collaborated with a number of international acts, said.
The artist said he was looking forward to releasing more projects as well as collaborating with more local and international acts.
Tay Grin last weekend performed at Bingu International Convention Centre in Lilongwe, where he shared the stage with artists such as Gwamba, Eli Njuchi and Kell Kay.
The show was supposed to feature South African artist Mlindo but he failed to show up, thereby disappointing fans.