One of the original Dancehall Reggae music stars in Malawi Mosh dee has announced that he is ready to bounce back on the music scene. Mosh dee, who is famously known for his smash hit ” Gule wolobodoka” which he did with Ben Michael Mankhamba spoke to Radio 247 malawi recently
”I took a little break from releasing new material, but I didn’t stop music all together” . So far the star has relocated to South Africa where among other things also runs and is part of Trap Setta records which produces and records other singers music ” I have taken my time and have been recording music which soon I will put together and release to the public” elaborated Mosh Dee
The singer came into limelight in the early days of dancehall music in Malawi after competing in rap and ragga competitions in Lilongwe alongside the likes of Dr Lizad, Annie Matumbi, Thriller G , Chanty man and many others. He went mainstream after the release of his first solo album” Malemuwa”
Mosh Dee who happens to be the brother of another celebrated current dancehall star Blasto is happy with the current state of dancehall music in malawi although he urges most dancehall artists to try to be creative and built a style of their own
The annual general meeting for the charity Malawi Health Care support Uk (MAHECAS) is due to take place on Saturday 1st March , in the city of London.
According to information made available to Radio 247 through the statement by the charity’s secretary Harry Mabaso, The AGM will take place at kwacha house, which is the Malawi high commission, 36 John Street, Holborn, London WC1N 2AT from 12.30 pm to 5pm.
The AGM which is an open invitation will among other things discuss the strategic matters directing the activities of Mahecas.
MahecasUK has been at the forefront of helping in the medical services in Malawi. The sole purpose of the organisation which was formed in February 2005 is to raise money to assist hospitals and medical services in Malawi.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, visit their website www.mahecas.info