ZIO MWALE, Lusaka
LOCAL gospel hip-hop heavyweight, Magg44 has kicked off his Power Tour which will see him perform at different universities and colleges.
After an initial show at the University of Zambia (UNZA), Magg’s next show on the tour is scheduled for Saturday, November 3 at Cavendish University.
The tour which is being headlined by Magg44 and Super Rhymer will also reach the National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA) on November 17.
Magg44 told the Weekend Mail that his tour is targeting academic institutions because he wants to motivate young people in schools to use their unique power to empower themselves and others.
He said most young people in academics lack confidence in developing their unique capabilities.
“I believe all of us have been given power that is different from another. We have different unique purposes. That’s how God created us. My aim is to see young people develop their unique skills in order to empower themselves,” he explained.
The Vichani hit maker said the events will be characterised by live performances with some supporting performances by artistes like The Proof, Church and Solomon Plate.
“I really want to work with other institutions as the year closes. I am also targeting institutions from other provinces,” he shared.
He urged his fans to come through to the shows which are also open to the public and not just to students. He also advised his fans to keep downloading his music online.
“These shows are not only for students, if anyone outside the campuses is interested they can come through to the shows,” he said.
The last time Magg 44 headlined a show was at the ‘Magg44 All Out’ end-of-year concert held at Government Complex in Lusaka last year.
This time around the hip hop artiste says he is ready to inspire young people in colleges and universities through his Brave Only music brand.
ZIO MWALE, Lusaka