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Dolo wa mu Hood competition set for October 29

Written by  Chilungamo Missi

Blantyre, October 26, 2017: The Dolo wa mu Hood Music Talent Competition finals championed by Power 101 FM Radio are set to take place on Sunday, October 29 at Pa Station in Limbe.

The competition aims at unearthing artists from the grassroots where songs done by upcoming artists are aired on Power 101 FM and the audience is allowed to vote for the best artists to meet in the finals.

Speaking in an interview, Power 101 FM’s Dolo wa mu Hood host, Mphatso Chikalipo said this year’s finals which are going to take place on Sunday October 29, would see finalists battling it out live on stage in order to see who really deserves the crown.

Chikalipo further said the winners of the competition are going to be given a recording contract and some money as one way of establishing themselves in the challenging music industry.

Apart from performances by the competitors, some prominent Malawian and foreign musicians are also expected to perform at the show.

“The event is going to be graced by other artists such as Fortune who is a female Malawian artist based in South Africa, Macelba, Purple C, Saint, Kumbu and Ceelie just to mention a few,” said Chikalipo.

He said the competition among other things has managed to produce some notable artists in the country such as Mafo of the ‘Akandipweteka Maluzi’ fame, Nyasa B and Twin M.

This is the 6th edition of the Dolo wa mu Hood talent competition and this year’s finalists include Young Busy from Machinjiri, King Faluja from Soche and Xarthophylle from Bangwe.


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