Musician Wendy Harawa on Friday performed at One Africa Music Fest in Dubai, the United States Emirates, where she shared the stage with several renowned acts including Nigeria’s Tiwa Savage, D’Banj, 2Baba and Uganda’s Levixone.
It was the first time for Wendy, who was backed by a Ugandan band that also supported Levixone, to perform in Dubai.
She described the performance as an eye-opener and that she enjoyed the support from a different audience.
“I didn’t know how the audience would respond to my music but I was surprised that they cheered me on and this really proved that music has no boundary,” Wendy said.
She said the platform gave her time to reach out to a different audience.
“The performance was not about Wendy Harawa but it was all about Malawi. And taking music from Malawi to Dubai is an achievement for sure and I hope we will have more artists performing in top platforms in Dubai from Malawi,” the singer said.
The musician was expected to perform earlier on a different stage but they were moved to Friday.
Wendy has been vibrant collaborating with different artists in a project aimed at ministering the word of God through music to the world and they include gospel acts Levixone, Kenya’s Guardian Angel and Maranatha from Namibia.