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US rapper Da T.R.U.T.H. jets in Monday

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US Christian rapper Da T.R.U.T.H. will perform in the country once again and is expected to jet in today.

Yamikani Kalizang’oma from Flood Church Blantyre confirmed yesterday that Da T.R.U.T.H. will arrive today and that he is expected to be in the country for two weeks for performances and preaching sessions.

“We are excited that Da T.R.U.T.H. is back in Malawi. The last time he was in Malawi he put up an incredible job. By then he had released a new album and this time, he also has a new album titled It’s Complicated,” Kalizang’oma said.

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He described the new album as good and that through the project, he is trying to share his life and spend time with local artists.

The rapper, who visited the country in 2013 hosting shows including one at College of Medicine Complex in Blantyre, will this time hold three concerts.

According to information on www.blantyreevents.com, the artist whose performances lived up to their billing in 2013, will perform at Squirrels Park in Mzuzu on May 12 courtesy of World Alive Ministries, Lilongwe on May 13 and Blantyre Cultural Centre on May 14.

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Da T.R.U.T.H. real name Emanuel Lee Lambert was born on December 15 1977.

A graduate of Philadelphia Biblical University and the Institute of Jewish Studies, the US rapper has moved souls with his music.

Da T.R.U.T.H’s other albums include The Faith and The Big Picture.

During his performances, the rapper is expected to share the stage with South African artist Lily Million and local acts Suffix, David Kalilani and Faith Mussa.

The Lilongwe show on May 13 at Gateway Mall running under the theme Amplify The Truth, has been sponsored by Plan International and Timveni.

According to Timveni Executive Director Manyanda Nyasulu, the event is set to be quite an experience, with a line-up of talented and influential musical artists.

“This is bound to be an event that will touch and inspire the lives of many to actively become a part of effecting social change, development and putting an end to issues which are plaguing our youth and children,” Nyasulu said.

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