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LUDO K; Young, brainy and Gifted artist

RAW TALENT OF THE WEEK Profile by Gibson C Kamanga. Birth name: Lucky Mlowoka Entertainment industry: Rapper, Beat maker, Violinist, and Drummer Record label: SWAT Music Date of birth: 16 July 1997 Home City: Mzuzu Academic levels: continuing student at Malawi Polytechnic pursuing of Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Planning The brand, Ludy K is obviously new to many ...

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FRANK JOSIAH: The odd one out!

RAW TALENT OF THE WEEK By Lawrence Nachipo. To most new school followers, reggae music is and has mostly been associated with old timers. Why this is the case, eve them know not. On the contrary, for Blantyre-based up and coming artist, youthful Frank Josiah, reggae music is the medium for communicating with the populace. According to him, the genre ...

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RAW TALENT OF THE WEEK: TACY SLIM

RAW TALENT OF THE WEEK Entertainment industry: RnB City of residence: Mzuzu Profile by Gibson C Kamanga She is somehow feeble looking, as her name entails. Minus that, she has that babyish look, that you would feel is also a revelation of her capabilities.   That would be the biggest mistake you would ever make, for the 18 year-old Tacy Slim ...

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RAPPER TAXIOUS BACK WITH A NEW BANGS

RAW TALENT OF THE WEEK By Lawrence Nachipo Taxious, maybe a relatively new brand in the country’s rap game. However, he is not entirely that new as he had been making it slowly up from the underground. Now this time around, he has banged a new track ‘Live in the Moment’. We caught up with the up and coming rapper ...

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PHINDU ZAIE BANDA: THE ICONIC FIGURE IN SPOKEN ART LEAGUE

RAW TALENT OF THE WEEK Date of birth: 11th February 1998 Entertainment sector: Spoken Word poet, actress District of residence: Chikwawa Academic levels: 3rd year at the University of Malawi, Chancellor College, where she is studying Social Science, majoring in Sociology. Profile by Lawrence Nachipo Phindu Zaie Banda, is driven by her passion to break the silence surrounding inequalities more ...

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RAPPER MTEX PROMISES BIG IN THE GAME

RAW TALENT OF THE WEEK By Lawrence Nachipo. Rap, commonly confused with Hiphop is a musical genre that comes in many forms; hard core street rap, or commercial, you name it. To others, rap is all about delivering one’s lines in the queen’s language. To up and coming Blantyre-based rapper, Mtex, however, language matters less. delivering punchlines in any language ...

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YANA; THE NEW FEMALE VOICE IN THE URBAN MUSIC CIRCLES

RAW TALENT OF THE WEEK BY: Lawrence Nachipo Day in day out, the gender boundary continues being narrowed down in M-Dubz’ urban music circles. This week, EM’s Lawrence Nachipo gets you closer to another female gem in the urban music circles; Yana, real name Ipyana Nyondo. Yana is an up and coming RnB whizkid who’s still upping her game to ...

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Raw talent of the week; MAZZO OPENGA

THE PALIBE HIT MAKER RAW TALENT OF THE WEEK Profile by Robert Kamangazula REAL NAME: Emmanuel Jumbe STAGE NAME: Mazzo Openga (originated from being an all-day joke cracker) AGE: 18 years EDUCATION LEVEL: Form 4 GENRE: HiDaH (self-made; a fusion of hip-hop with dancehall) RECORD LABEL: Urban Link Musical Village Mazzo Openga is a Lilongwe based up and coming artist ...

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Raw Talent of the Week; CHIAH GENIUS

RAW TALENT OF THE WEEK Another Tuesday. Another new face on EM. Chiah Genius may be relatively unknown to many of us. However, he is one lad who is pushing through the musical ladder to make his name known in the echelons of Malawi musical charts. He’s currently in RSA, but he’s planning of coming back to rub shoulders with ...

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RAW TALENT OF THE WEEK; KC SONGS

RAW TALENT OF THE WEEK Profile by Salome Chiwina. Let’s face it! Rap music is the talk of town currently. Day in day out, a new rap artist is born. Others are venturing into the business just for fun, others, however, are there for serious issues. That is the same with up and coming afro-rap youthful, K-SONGS. To him, rap ...

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