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‘Made on Monday’ bringing Urban December

Written by  Chilungamo Missi
Joy Nathu: Made on Moday Radio 2 FM program host Joy Nathu: Made on Moday Radio 2 FM program host

Blantyre, November 25, 2017: Popular Radio 2 FM Urban Music programme ‘Made on Monday’ will on December 10, 2017 host an event dubbed ‘Urban December’ aimed at unearthing music talent among Malawians. 

Speaking in an interview with the event organizer, Prince Chikweba said the event has been organized to promote Malawi Urban Music in the country just at the programme on Radio 2 FM envisages.

He said the event is going to have activities such as Music free style competitions, live song premiers, live interviews, presents and music performances by notable Malawi urban music artists. 

The Event Organizer explained that they have plans to make the event a regular activity but the turn up will determine this future.

“We are planning of having this event on a regular basis but, for a start, we need to be certain on few things and this will be more like an audience study,” Chikweba viewed. 

He said they would like to take the event to other regions of the country but they have started with the Southern Region as a pilot phase.

“Currently, we do not have specific sponsors of the show, rather sponsors of specific items such as Bossaro Music Group who are sponsoring a K50, 000 prize money for the freestyle winner including studio session and music video shoot by Sukez and many more,”  Chikweba disclosed.

Among other artists who are going to spice up the event are Theo Thomson, Suffix, Saint, Stich Fray, Waxy K and Macelba just to mention a few.

Made on Monday is a radio programme hosted by award winning Disc Jockey, Joy Nathu, provides a platform where new songs are premiered with exclusive interviews with the artists.


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