check geneva;”>This was seen through the number of photos of him on stage and the crowd that attended his show in Malawi. The number of the people in attendance extremely big, only similar to those seen here attending International Musicians.
“It’s quite a fine feeling to see people from a different culture and history show love that makes you feel like you are home.
That’s my experience with my Malawian brothers and sisters who have warmly welcomed my music and sought to host me in Blantyre yesterday and Lilongwe tonight. The love you show is a gear up for me to give you the best from me,” wrote Chameleon on his social site.
Chameleon urged his fans never to lose direction in their struggle for a better life because “we are all equal”.
“It’s the few but major differences that make us different from the usual- for me talent has taken me to where I never hoped to be. In a way it has opened so many doors and I am glad I chose to serve in this way.”
According to the list released by The African Economist in January this year, Chameleon is the sixth richest African Musician; only after Akon, Senegalese born comes first on the list, Nigeria’s 2Face Idibia, P Square and DBanj coming second, third and fourth respectively.
The fifth spot goes to South African music legend Yvonne Chaka Chaka.