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DJ Cool Brings Zambia’s Former BBA Housemate Cleo to Malawi

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Former Big Brother Housemate and rapper, Ice Queen Cleo from Zambia is scheduled to date Malawi during the last weekend of November.

Cleo is expected to take her weekend tour dubbed “Summer Returns” to the three major cities of the country, courtesy of DJ Cool.

In Mzuzu she will perform at Mzuzu Tourist Lodge while in Lilongwe and Blantyre she will be at Club Amazon, formerly called Zansi, and Blue Elephant Club, respectively.

The visiting Zambian rapper will also hold an afternoon show at Shire Highlands in the commercial city of Blantyre.

At all these venues, Cleo is is expected to share the stage with DJ Cool and Club and Radio DJ Scarpper.

Other local supporting artists will include Hip Hop Artist, Gwamba, Lulu and Mathumela band, Radio Presenter cum Artist, Diktator, Producer cum Artist Janta and the self acclaimed David Gueta of Malawi.

“It is all about celebrating summer; it is about bringing artists and DJs together and give Malawians best entertainers at one mega show. We all know that Gwamba, Diktator are some of the artists that have entertained us this year. Scarpper as a Club and radio DJ has a different approach when it comes to live performance so we are taking it to the masses out there, one weekend, we are storming all major cities in Malawi,” DJ Cool said.

This is not the first time that DJ Cool has brought Cleo aka Ice Queen to Malawi in a similar fashion.

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