Chavura Calls UMP Awards Fake

Chavura, a Malawian hip hop artist spoke out his mind on the Urban Music People (UMP) awards nominations. He says the nominations are fake, and that’s why he can’t be nominated.

The Nyambaro CEO said this after it was realised that one of malawian hiphop artist, Martse, got missing on the list of Best Rap act, an hour after it was already announced that he was among the list.

Urban Music  People Official page had the list of best rap act which included Martse on it. But after an hour, they posted another list on the same category, and excluded Martse and had Macelba replacing Martse’s position.

Chavura further said a lot of artists being nominated aren’t supposed to be on the list. But he gave respect to GD and Toast, saying they really deserve to be on the list.


Crooked Ink T-Shirts Up for Grabs

10 Thousand Malawi Kwacha (Negotiable)

Crooked Ink Photography, a Lilongwe based company started designing recently, and have T-Shirts self designed for sale.

They have different colours to satisfy consumers’ needs. Among colors there is black, white and blue. The front side of these T-Shirts is printed the Word “Crooked” in an enticing way.

Our dream is to hit international markets

Crooked Ink is comprised of 2 young, ambitious entrepreneurs namely Gift Fundani and William Mbeya. They are mostly into photography, but also shoot music videos. They are behind the “Zosatheka” Music Video by Vube, the “Chindekha” Star.

Their company started last year in June, and business seems to be growing little by little as their name is getting recognition. Upon speaking to one of Crooked Ink’s member, Gift, he said they aim at hitting international 

The government should lower taxes to make our goods affordable

markets with their products. “Our dream is to hit the international markets, and we urge Malawians to buy products made from their lovely country”, Gift said.

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They also pointed out on heavy taxes they are regarded to pay to the government. William said the government should lower the taxes to make the Malawian products affordable. “Our government makes us pay heavy taxes, and this makes us rise prizes of our products hence consumers are discouraged to buy our products”. William added.

Vube’s “Kokha” Video Receives Positive Response

Vube dropped a music video for kokha which received positive response from fans. The video was premiered by Times TV and people started appreciating the effort which was put to make the video look nice.

VJ Ice is one of the people who did not stay quiet but talk about the video. He said the video is nice and that Vube is on his way up.

Kokha song, whose video was shot by Mest Media talks about a Girl who is so enticed with Vube. And that the girl keeps coming to Vube’s Place and that made him not resist the temptation.

Some people claimed that the song is a diss to a certain guy but Vube denied the rumour. Black Nina was interviewed by Joy Nathu on Made on Monday, and said Vube was after somebody’s girl, hence the concepto f kokha. Vube later denied Nina’s claims, and now he is saying him and the chilawe changachi hit-maker are cool. “kokha is not a diss song, and Black Nina is a good friend of mine. We sorted things out and now there is no misunderstanding.” Vube said.

Despite the diss rumours, the song keeps climbing ladders, and fans are liking the song so much. Vube thanks everyone who is there to support young talent and urges people to take urban music as a career.

Kay Martin Spits Venom in “Bomaye”


Kay Martin, an up and coming hiphop artist dissed fellow guys in the urban music industry in his new song titled “Bomaye.

The song which was released a few days ago is targeting much on his fellow hiphop artists like Classick of Homegrown African Music Group. He is also throwing jabs at all artists who seem not to progress after getting airplays on a Radio Program by Joy Nathu known as “Made On Monday”.

The Dolo Wamu Hood Winner, is talking about Hayze Angola Being better than Clasick and Charisma being nothing without a cover song he did.

One of the guys who is not left in this well cooked song is Barry One . He rapped about the legendary Barry One’s inability to freestyle live on air.

The song has a catchy instrumental and his deliverly is on point. He stylised the flow of his lyrics by saying “We don’t talk about it” in some of the quotable lyrics of the song.

The reason for him dissing the guys is not known as of now, just keep following Orange News as it will keep you updated.

You can download the song here:

Flavour Of The Week: DJ RJ Formular (Fashion Designer)

Date of Birth: September 12, 1992

Birthname: Jose Chingayipe

Family: First Born in a Family of 3

Relationship Status: Single

Level of Education: Journalist by Profession, I went to University of Malawi, the Polytechnic.

Why Fashion designing: Currently, everyone is a Fan of Fashion, so we decided to add up another Flavour to satisfy people’s needs.

Uta Wear is in Partnership with who: Impakt Events which is owned by Lucius Banda.

Any Setbacks: People don’t support localy made Products hence making the Industry so tough.

What should be done to boost local Product Markets: Government should lower Tarrifs and Tax on Textile to make Our Products affordable.

How Promising is the Designing Business: Despite the Fact that a lot of People don’t cherish Home Made Products, a number of People are supporting us. And this gives us Hope that one Day People will slowly understand the importance of buying Local Products.

Products by Uta Wear Designs: We have T-Shirts and soon We will introduce Our own Hoodies, College Tops and Snapbacks.

Uta Wear Product

Role Model(s): Mark Zuckerberge the Founder of Facebook and Aliko Dangote of Dangote Group of Companies.

Best Moment(s): When Impakt Events selected my Team to be used during a certain Sand Music festival. And also when Busy Signal and his Band wore T-Shits designed by Me.

Worst Moment(s): When I broke up with my long time Girlfriend.

Quick Facts about RJ Fomular

*I don’t talk much

*Does not like pompous and talkative People

*Easily fall in Love

Advice to fellow upcoming Fashion Designers: They should be authentic and not Copycats. A lot of Designs we see are just Duplicates of Countries like Nigeria and Kenya.

What do you do on your Free Time: Watching Soccer, listening to Music, mingling with People and making new Friends.

 You can connect with Uta Wear by clicking on the Link below: 




Blameless Unleashes a New Head Banger: Jonus

Blameless the rising Afro Artist explains everything about his new song: Jonus, which dropped soon after releasing another Hit: Alindende.

The song talks about troublesome Children in a Family, and he acts as an Elder Brother advising the lost little Brother (Jonus) and Sister (Minas). “In a Family there is One or Two Children who are heavily subjected to Negative Peer Pressure, so I acted like an Elder Brother to the lost little Ones in our Family, advising them on how cruel the World is, if one is not careful,” Blameless said.

This Head Banger is going to have a Music Video so soon as notified by Blameless himself. “We are shooting a Music Video to this Song together with another Fresh yet to be a Club Banger by the name ‘Zungulira’,” Blameless added.

According to his explanation, Double Video Shoot will take place in different Locations: Lilongwe, Mangochi and Nkhotakota.

He is looking forward to work with the willing Models, and he says they are printing T-Shirts special for this Event.

You can download the song below:

Kapadocia Excites College Students in a New Song: Social Weekend

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Kapadocia Ziza has tackled issues concerning Social Weekends in Colleges, in a song: Social Weekend.

The song is basically talking about the lifestyle of College Students, most especially when it comes to socialising. “Social Weekend” is a song which is centered on how the students enjoy when they are having a good time to relax after School.

Alcohol is mentioned a lot in the Song, and how some people who were Alcohol-free start taking Hard Drinks in the name of Social Weekend.

Although the song seem to be encouraging Alcohol consumption, it has great message in it. The Ghetto Ambassador has cautioned the Students not to get over excited with the Social Weekends they mostly have in their Schools. ” In the first lines of the second Verse I have said that they should not get carried away with it, because when the Social Weekend is over, Classes are waiting for them,” said Kapadocia.

This danceable tune was produced by Jazza from Lilongwe and Gaffar from Blantyre. It received massive response on Joy Nathu’s Radio Program called “Made on Monday”.

You can download the song below: