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By Walusungu Munthali
Celebrated youthful dancehall icon, Jay Jay Cee is to introduce his clothing line during his first ever show in Mzuzu this year at Mzuzu Tourist lodge, it has been learnt.
Jay Jay Cee, who is set to lock horns with another Blantyre-based reggae maestro, Nes-Nes, is to entertain the audience at the said venue in another Welcome to the World tour on the 4th of August 2018, EM can reveal.
The show, which has been organized by Oneness music and RAJ nation is more than just an entertainment feat as apart from the introduction of Jay Jay Cee’s clothing line, the artists are also going to spread HIV/AIDS awareness messages.
“I want to share awareness messages through my music as we know we have this common issue of HIV and AIDS among youths. It is my wish that we centre on ways of preventing it and how those with HIV should live positively,” he said.
On the entertainment side, Jay Jay Cee promises nothing but fireworks.
“I guarantee my fans a great show as I will bring with me new things because with every show, my flexibility for a performance improves, so it will be fireworks,” he promises.
That is not all. As part of introducing his clothing line, the youthful icon says he is going to give away some of his fashion gear to the first ten people turning out for the show.
“I want to make this show historical hence the giveaways,” he said.
Meanwhile, Jay Jay Cee has echoed what rapper Tay Grin said earlier in the week on the need for Mzuzu-based urban artists to turn professional by reaping from their talents.
“Mzuzu is one city which has skilled artists that can rule the Mdubs music scene except that it has been underrated for too long but for an artist to be successful it’s up to us to come up with new promotional strategies,” he advised.
The Welcome to the World party will see Jay Jay Cee sharing stage with Nes-Nes, K-Man, Zika B, and Dicto B among others.
Meanwhile, Jay’s music journey does not end here as he will be performing in Liwonde, Mangochi and Karonga in the coming month.