Jamz Supernova host of Selector a weekly show on BBC Radio 1Xtra, is in the country to launch the program.

The UK’s one of the leading next generation, Jamz shares the best new UK music with the world and the program is syndicated to over 30 countries around the world and it boasts of a global youthful audience of over 4 million listeners.

Jamz said her trip to Malawi is very significant because of the launch of Selector in the country and that this is also her opportunity to meet the presenter who will be hosting the equivalent of the show she does.

“We will also be exchanging skills and cultures and ideas and hopefully form relationships.” She added

Jamz shared that the show will maintain its style of supporting emerging UK music from all different genres and tap “into people that have other keen interest already in British music.”

She expressed optimism that Selector would be featuring Malawian artist and their relationship with UK music.

Hosting Selector, a weekly show on BBC Radio 1Xtra, Jamz discover and showcase new talent. She also own record label Future Bounce which signs up and coming artists and she has expressed hope to sample “something local” in this country.

She has since encouraged fans to come on Friday night to an All Black Party club event at Epic in Area 47 where she will share stage with local female DJ’s and has promised to bring more vibes, in particular “…will try to work on African diaspora.”

Series of events lined up for Selector tour will be produced by Nyali Muzik and Jamz will be partnering with RJ the DJ, Allidah Namame Henson and Shortie.

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A local music artist, KBG, founder and producer of Nyali Muzik, said it is an exciting opportunity for them in collaboration with British Council to produce the event of an international act.

He added that this was a big opportunity for local female DJ’s to learn how they can improve their art.

Jamz is in the country under British Council of Malawi. She is expected to participate in industry discussions live performances, discuss with radio partners, discuss radio landscape in particular about female DJ’s, and share UK music sector insights and details of the Southern Africa Arts -British Council programme opportunities linking the UK and Southern Africa.

 

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