Singer and guitarist Faith Mussa famed for the hit Desperate has said people should watch the space as his recent United States of America tour he had alongside Peter Mawanga and Amaravi Movement offered him the best music experience.
Before he left for the USA, Faith also gave people a one-man band performance, which he said was a new concept he had learnt during one of his outings in Kenya.
“If you do the same things in the same way all the times, don’t expect a different result. America tour with Amaravi Movement was one of the best music experiences in my music career and so watch out for more serious collabos,” he said.
The artist added:
“In USA, we performed on great stages, two festivals – Mendocin Music Fest and World Fest and the rest were shows. We realised the gap that is there as regards African traditional music and we did our best and the feedback was awesome and encouraging.”
The musician said they surely took Malawi further and they are still searching for more opportunities.
“I would really love it if Malawians started loving their music more. We are respected out there for the music we do but when you come home, it ranks low, let’s promote Malawian music, play more Malawian music and export Malawian talent because it’s a gold mine,” Faith said.
The artist also said he was excited with the release of his single Mdidi later this month as well as share the stage with well, known USA gospel singer and pastor Don Moen and South Africa’s artist Sipho Makhabane.
“There is a lot I will be involved in and I am so excited. I am happy with the steps I am taking and that also includes performing at the Lake of Stars in September,” the guitarist said.
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