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By Benjamin Sakala After about three months of 'foul' air heading in various directions courtesy of Seven-0-Mores "Anatha" song, the satirical singer has come out in the open and clarified the core of the song. Anatha, a litany of direct jabs at long home but never forgotten entertainers locally, caused a stir to those mentioned at the latter look it as a...
Tay Grin Limbani Kalilani
Name: Limbani KalilaniDate of birth: 15 June 1984Nationality: Malawi, BlantyreOccupation: Rapper singer, businessmanGenres: Hip Hop AfrobeatsSongs: Chipapapa, Lubwa, Tola, Mama, 21Limbani Kalilani a well-known Malawian hip hop artist called Tay Grin on stage is the son of Dr Jean Kalilani, a cabinet minister and a senior official in the Malawi’s ruling party, DPP.
top 10 photo music chart
With a total of 541 million views across these top 10 videos last week that's an impressive amount - Imagine every person in Malawi watching 507 videos, each one of these 50 times... crazy. Our favourite is number 3 by Maroon 5 with 64 million views! #1 Pedro Capó & Farruko - Calma (Remix)...
Global Top 10 Music Videos
The Global Top 10 Music Videos for the week 14th – 20th December 2018. Which is your favourite? Sadly one from Africa.. time to get performing and recording. It's time to knock number 1 off the top. #1 Aankh Marey (From "Simmba") (Neha Kakkar, Mika Singh & Kumar Sanu)Neha Kakkar88.8 Million Views
DJ snake Youtube
The YouTube Global Top 10 Music Videos for the week 14th – 20th December 2018 - over Christmas. No surprise that thank u, next by Ariana Grande and All I Want for Christmas Is You by Mariah Carey are in the TOP 10 watched music videos. #1 Taki Taki (feat. Cardi B, Ozuna,...
The YouTube Global Top 10 Music Videos for the week 14th - 20th December 2018. There have been a total of about 346.4 Million views, that's every single Malawian watching 18 videos each!#1 SIMMBA by Aankh Marey | 53.4 Million Views #2 DJ Snake - Taki Taki ft....
Band Aid-Do They Know Its Christmas "Do They Know It's Christmas?" is a song written in 1984 by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure in reaction to television reports of the 1983–1985 famine in Ethiopia. It was first recorded in a single day on 25 November 1984 by Band Aid. The recording was followed by a Live Aid a concert in 1985. The 1985 Live Aid concert was conceived as a follow-on to the successful charity single "Do They Know It's Christmas?" the brainchild of Geldof and Ure. Geldof then contacted colleagues in the music industry and persuaded them to record the single under the title 'Band Aid' for free. Geldof then set his sights on staging a huge concert to raise further funds. The idea to stage a charity concert to raise more funds for Ethiopia originally came from Boy George, the lead singer of Culture Club.