Zembani Band invades South Africa in a four day tour

Blantyre: One of Malawi’s renowned music company, Zembani Band will from December 14 to 17, 2018 have a series of music shows in South Africa.

Speaking to Malawi News Agency the owner of the band, Lucius Banda, commonly known as Soldier described the tour as an extension of the band’s work to Malawians living in South Africa particularly those who love Malawian music.

For the past years that we have been performing in most countries around the world, the turn up has always been impressive, and we believe that this will be the case again where we will give our fans the music that they love. he said.

Banda added people in South Africa must expect fireworks from the tour, as the band has prepared extensively.

During the interview Lucius stressed that there was a lot of work that Malawian artists ought to employ for their songs to be enjoyed on the international scene.

Malawian artists need to produce music that can go international, we should have music that can be performed all over the world and represent us at the same time. The problem as of now is that we don’t meet such standards, he said.

Earlier this year, Lucius alongside Sam Smack and Nepman also performed in several places in South Africa.

Of late, South Africa has become a hub for Malawian artists such as Ma Blacks, Skeffa Chimoto, and Tay Grin.

Source: Malawi News Agency MANA

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Zembani Band invades South Africa in a four day tour

Blantyre: One of Malawi’s renowned music company, Zembani Band will from December 14 to 17, 2018 have a series of music shows in South Africa.

Speaking to Malawi News Agency the owner of the band, Lucius Banda, commonly known as Soldier described the tour as an extension of the band’s work to Malawians living in South Africa particularly those who love Malawian music.

For the past years that we have been performing in most countries around the world, the turn up has always been impressive, and we believe that this will be the case again where we will give our fans the music that they love. he said.

Banda added people in South Africa must expect fireworks from the tour, as the band has prepared extensively.

During the interview Lucius stressed that there was a lot of work that Malawian artists ought to employ for their songs to be enjoyed on the international scene.

Malawian artists need to produce music that can go international, we should have music that can be performed all over the world and represent us at the same time. The problem as of now is that we don’t meet such standards, he said.

Earlier this year, Lucius alongside Sam Smack and Nepman also performed in several places in South Africa.

Of late, South Africa has become a hub for Malawian artists such as Ma Blacks, Skeffa Chimoto, and Tay Grin.

Source: Malawi News Agency MANA

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