Musician Faith Mussa says he got more experience from the just-ended Scandinavian tour organised by Ujeni Records that took him to Norway and Denmark.
In an interview on his return, Mussa, who has been on tour for the past three weeks, said the trip gave him a lifetime opportunity as an artist which, among other things, allowed him to work and share the stage with world renowned musicians.
“I learnt a lot of things such as how to run my music as a business and ensure that I reach my target audiences with relevant messages,” he said.
Mussa said the highlight of the tour was meeting world renowned artists such as American rapper Yasiin Bey formerly known as Mos Def, Liberian star Naseeman and Rain in Sahara from India.
“At the end of the tour, I have grown as an artist and I am so glad for the opportunity that Ujeni Records presented to me,” said Mussa.
On the upcoming relaunch of his album Mdidi at Hotel Victoria in Blantyre on Saturday, the artist said the event has been organised as a token of appreciation to Blantyre for its amazing support.
“This is the city where I launched my music career,” he said.
Mussa added that he was bringing a team of talented young men who love to serve God.
“My family and a group of surprises will be present. I think we will have a great time,” he said.
In a message at the end of the tour, Ujeni Records label manager Karsetein Gronnesby said they were excited to have organised Mussa’s tour of Europe.
The artist held various shows, including performing at International Anti-Corruption Conference (Iacc), where he shared the stage with former World Bank vice-president Peter Eigen. He also performed at Bergen International Music Festival, among other places.