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Tay Grin and Dan Lu to headline ‘JESUS IS MY BOSS ‘Cup finals

Written by  Loness Gwazanga
Tay Grin addresses the media recently in this Mana file photo Tay Grin addresses the media recently in this Mana file photo

Blantyre, November 2, 2017: Celebrated hip-hop artist Tay Grin along side the Sweet Banana star Dan Lu have been lined up to perform at this year’s JESUS IS BOSS  football and netball Cup finals at Area 18’s Chatuwa Ground in Lilongwe.

The finals have been shifted from 31st October to 5th November because of an important guest he refused to mention that cannot make it during weekdays.

The Cup’s sponsor who is well-known for delivering hip-hop lyrics in vernacular, Duncan Zgambo AKA Gwamba said on Thursday that the two will share the same stage with one of the best gospel singing groups in the country, the Great Angels.

 “The Great Angels Choir will be the guest performers along side Tay Grin and Dan Lu at the Cup Finals. There will also be other surprise performances,” said the hip-hop artist.

Launched on 1st October, the K2 Million Trophy aims at keeping the youths away from immoral behavior such as excessive beer drinking and smoking..

The former area 18 resident has since assured the youths of his continued support towards the tournament saying it would be an annual event.

So far, Black Leboz and Chilimampunga FC have reached the football finals while in netball, it is Young Eagles and Buffalo Sisters, according to the chairman of the trophy, Gilbert Kaunda.

The sports tournament was named after Gwamba’s debut gospel album "Jesus is my boss" which he launched in December 2016 in Lilongwe at the Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC).

Last year, the trophy was pegged at K1 Million and has this year doubled due to overwhelming response the sponsor has received from the youths.


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