Gospel artist Faith Mussa says he is ready to impress during his Scandinavian tour that has been arranged by Ujeni Records.
In an interview, Mussa said the tour of Europe will be a continuation of his UK tour a few weeks ago.
“I am attending several festivals and reputable conferences starting with the International Anti-corruption Conference in Denmark,” he said.
The artist said he will use the opportunity to sell his brand.
“As an artist, I feel like it is a big opportunity for me to share the stage with other big names and to sell my brand,” said Mussa.
Ujeni Records label manager Karstein Grønnesby said his stable is happy to have organised the tour that will see the Malawian artist perform at various festivals in Europe.
“Faith will also participate at several discussions and debates, radio shows and other events regarding corruption, mental health, Malawian music industry’s challenges and possibilities,” said Grønnesby.
He added that Mussa will also inspire young Norwegian musicians by holding workshops at music schools.
A statement from Ujeni Records says the tour will start in Denmark with participation and a performance at the International Anti-Corruption Conference in Copenhagen, alongside hip-hop legend Yasiin Bey (formerly known as Mos Def) and the groups Rain in Sahara from India and Haga Que Pase from Colombia.
From there, Faith Mussa will travel to Norway to perform at Bergen International Music Festival, alongside acts from Europe, the Middle East, South America and Africa.
In Norway, Mussa will join former Norwegian Ambassador to Malawi, Asbjørn Eidhammer, Professor Dan Banik and a representative from The Development Fund of Norway, for a panel discussion on the current situation in Malawi.
The tour starts on October 23 until November 14 with more than eight performances.