Coolpro Entertainment, has embarked on a rare mission with international studios to promote music standards.
The music label’s director Duffy Chikakuda said in an interview they will be working with international studios to record artists in their stable.
“Our objective is to improve music standards in the country. So, we have decided to work with reputable studios abroad and they will record songs for our signed artists,” he said.
The music label will work with studios in Zimbabwe, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa.
The project will also give the signed artists a chance to perform abroad and host foreign artists at Coolpro International Club in Zomba.
“It is my vision to see our local artists performing in international scenes and making collaborations with reputable international artists. Through this relationship, I hope our local artists will be pushed to greater heights,” he said.
The label has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with South Africa-based studio, Blue Arts Studios co-owned by Malawian Chris Kelly and South African Gabriel Negoma.
Kelly confirmed the arrangement, saying he is currently working on new tracks of Coolpro Entertainment’s Queen Fyah.
He said they have also agreed to be hosting music awards in the country.