Mabuchi Mwale (Bucci)

  • Mabuchi  Mwale (Bucci)
Musician, Choreographer, Producer
Principal country concerned : Column : Music, Dance

Birth: Mabuchi Emmanuel Mwale
Born: 4/11/1993
Genres: Rnb/Fusion of afropop & dancehall
Occupation: Singer/Producer/Songwritter & Choreographer
Label: Nde'feyo Ent, Classmates Music & Pro Pee Records.

Mabuchi born november is an established artist better known as Bucci. He was born in Blantyre city and he is a younger brother to well known producer KeiM and International DJ Nathan Tunes.

Born in a family of 9, he started his music career as a lead singer in G-soldiers and BBM Clique. It is while Bucci was in G-soldiers that they (G-Soldiers) participated in the Sprite Dance Competition and won first position in the whole of malawi and were able to represent Malawi in Zimbabwe at the Finale where they came second.

Up to date, Bucci has worked as a backup singer for Armstrong, Piksy, Wendy Harawa, Lulu and as a band lead singer for Maziko Band.
He was later on signed by Transformers Muzic in 2012 where he officially started working with producer Pro-Pee.

He then released 3 singles in 2013 titled Umbombo, Zitiyendela ft. Young Kay (produced by Pro-Pee) and one of his own hit record Ngati Maloto. The tracks hit the radios and thats when he got alot of people's attention.
Bucci later on got signed by Ndefeyo Entertainment in 2014.

He has shared stages with Theo Thomson, Lucius Banda, Naeto C, Ice Prince, Tay Grin, Oga Family, Armstrong, Piksy, Maskal, Gwamba and others. Currently under Ndefeyo Entertainment, Bucci still continues to work with his crew Classmates. He was voted the Best R&B Artist 2014, Best dressed Artist 2013 and has been named "The Hook Master" by the public. Bucci is currently working on his album under Ndefeyo


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  • Alliance Française VANUATU
  • Zimbabwe : Culture Fund Of Zimbabwe Trust
  • RDC : Groupe TACCEMS
  • Rwanda : Positive Production
  • Togo : Kadam Kadam
  • Niger : ONG Culture Art Humanité
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  • Africultures Burkina-Faso
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