HIP HOP musician, Tay Grin, staged a spirited performance in free gig that left patrons disappointed due to its late start at the Kamuzu upper stadium in the commercial capital, Blantyre.
Others were also not happy that the live show lacked artistic diversity as almost all entertainers were hip-hop acts
Saturday’s open show was his second of a three legged tour which started last weekend in Lilongwe at Masintha ground.
The Blantyre gig which was scheduled to start at 12 noon started half an hour behind time.
Hosted by budding stand-up comedian, Tannah, the show begun gaining momentum when the performers begun taking the stage at the half hour mark.
Pon G was one of the performers who thrilled the huge crowd with his exciting dancing skills.
Other up and coming entertainers who took performed were Ikon Mcee, iCash, Astrol and Riffle Dynamics.
Dunamis revived the stage after a few subzero performances by previous acts. The dance troupe mesmerised the youthful multitude.
Prior to Tay Grin’s act, Lucent, showcased a mouth-watering performance when he performed covers of songs like Rockabye, See you again and Shake it off.
Tay Grin stormed the stage at 16:00hrs with DJ Khaled’s ‘All I do is win’ playing in the background.
This is an international track that has almost become his anthem during live shows.
As expected, the headliners did not disappoint the crowd that had, at that hour, filled almost the whole hockey ground.
His performance reached its climax when he invited on stage a boy that left everyone in awe in the way he danced to ‘Kanda’.
The young boy pampered with K2000 bank notes from admirers including Tay Grin himself.
The kid danced so well that that the 35-year-old told him not continue showing his skills a little bit longer.
In an interview, Tay Grin said the three legged free gigs are aimed at thanking his fans for numerous awards he has won over the years.
His next and final stop in the tour is Mzuzu stadium in Mzuzu city.