Prince Malachi visits Gambia
Friday, June 22, 2012
A world renowned musician from London in the United Kingdom,is currently in the Smiling Coast of Africa, What’s On has been reliably informed. The star, whose visit to the country will last from the 19th June -3rd July, is expected to stage cloudburst stage performances in a number of entertainment spots in the country, if reports reaching What’s On is anything to go by.
Prince Malachi, as internationally known, during his visit is expected to perform on 22nd & 23rd June at Teranga Beach andAlliance Franco along Kairaba Beach Hotel. On Friday June 29th, Malachi and entourage will stage spectacular concerts in Brikama and will wrap-up his concerts on June 30th at Jokor Monument.Reports also has it that the "Jamaica's Stevie Wonder " Frankie Paul will be making a guest appearance at all four venue's alongside Prince Malachi.
Wynter in London and surrounded by musical talent, he learned how to play drums
at the age of 7.By the age of 11 he was performing live with his father Winston
Wynter, an accomplished R&B, Jazz and Latin guitarist from Jamaica who has
played alongside Rico Rodriguez, Fela Kuti & many more.
Prince Malachi has performed with many artists worldwide including Beres Hammond, Shabba Ranks, Naughty by Nature, Frankie Paul, Femi Kuti, Marcia Griffiths, Mark Morrisson, Little Roy, Lauryn Hill, Mr Vegas, Luciano, Josey Wales, Horace Andy and Sizzla to name but a few. As an accomplished musician and producer, Prince Malachi's credits include Fred Locks, Luciano, Willie Williams, Michael Prophet, Sizzla, Morgan Heritage, Anthony B, Lutan Fyah, Capleton, Jah Mali, Jah Mason & many more.
guidance of Phillip 'Fatis' Burrell, Malachi relocated to JA in the late 90's
where he worked as an artist, musician and engineer for X terminator and also
Beres Hammond's 'Harmony House' label. Malachi's self-produced album 'JAH
LIGHT' was released in February 1999 on RAS RECORDS.
Currently now on his 5th studio album, Malachi is building a steady following worldwide and cementing his reputation as reggae’s new roots messenger. Meanwhile, according to the release the visiting star is also expected to perform alongside Gambian stars namely-Heard Breaka, Royal Messenger, Born Africans, Sofia, Emperor Amiru, and many more.
Author: Sheriff Janko