The annual Believe Youth Conference by the Believe Movement is on the horizon and one aspect of the conference this year is talent search. From the latest publications of the full month program released by the movenent talent search activities in singing and dance are highlighted.
One thing the organisers want to achieve is to give a push to Malawian talent to be able to make international impact.
Is this the reason why one of the headlining acts of the Believe Concert along side Special Agent Snypa is MistarPush?
Real name Uche Kalu aka Mistarpush has been consistent in his calling as a gospel music missionary. Growing up sickly and watching his mum literally sing life back into him, opened his eyes early to the power in music and helped him get into a deep relationship with God. Now a public administrator, Mistarpush has been variously described as Buchi's son (his mentor and friend) and a fresh new voice in the reggea genre of gospel music.
Mistarpush alongside the bigtoonz band are making indelible progress as a missionary band with results in soul winning and teaching young people all over the world the truth in the word of God.
It is his undeniable impact that has prompted the Believe Movement to rope him into this year's conference and concert.
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There is a strong belief that MistarPush will help several artists from Malawi gain internatiional exposure and also collaborations.
He is already working on a collaboration with Faith Mussa
Kuwala Creatives, a Malawian Talent Agency, has partnered with Believe Movement in the production of the 2 talent search initiatives which are slated for end of July.
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Dennis Imaan is a Global Citizen born and currently staying in Malawi. He loves to share his experiences and lessons with others. Travel, Tourism, Innovations, Media and Youth development are close to his heart.