Lady Pace Billed to Perform at a US Concert
by Rashid Mkwehiwa

The first Malawian female artist to release a hip hop album titled Nkazi Moto in 2017, has been accepted and is officially in the running to be the Opening Act at Audacy 10th Anniversary We Can Survive benefit concert happening in New York City later this year.

Audacy is a leading entertainment company with the largest collection of radio brands and premium digital content.

The annual We Can Survive concert hosts the biggest names in music year after year, including Taylor Swift, Coldplay, and Lizzo, while raising awareness and supporting the efforts of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

For an artist to grace the invite, he/she submit his music and wait for approval and it is rumoured that different artists across the globe submit and its difficult to be accepted by the committee.

If accepted, fans need to vote for you and artists with many votes get a chance to visit and perform in Us and walking away with 10000 US dollars at the end. Also known as Black Pace, She explained that.

"I applied and submitted my music, I was accepted, now I am officially in the running to be the Opening Act at Audacys 10th Anniversary We Can Survive benefit concert. A trip to NYC, $10,000, and your big break in the music industry are all on the line" she said

Born and raised the northern part of Malawi, Pace started playing music at 10 years old and a few years later started to get into recording.

Her hit singles include, "Weather" and "One" . She has worked with Malawi finest artists such Piksy, Nyasa Candy and Lilia. She entered the Music charts with a song titled Sipadziko, a tribute to late Faith Chibale.

For her to perform she need votes, fans can pick DAILY FREE VOTE and vote via Facebook, in addition you can visit this link and vote

The opening act have opened up for artists like Lizzo, Taylor swift, Ed Sheeran and Beyonce just to mention a few. This years Opening Act will play the incredible Prudential Center Arena. The 18,000 seat stadium has hosted legendary artists like Bruce Springsteen and Elton John.