THREE local musicians currently touring Papua New Guinea (PNG) have shared their stories and experiences during morning tea with the Solomon Islands High Commissioner in Port Moresby this week.
A statement issued by Solomon Islands High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea (PNG), William Soaki said he had met with the musicians and listened to their stories and experiences during morning tea.
“Met and shared morning tea with young musicians; Stegga Bwoy and Isleston, talented music producer Baka Solomon and their local PNG promoter. Good to hear their music stories and experiences,” he said.
The boys are currently on the “WINZY PNG TOUR”.
The statement said, the boys did their first successful performance over the weekend at the Cosmopolitan.
“Their remaining shows will be in Kokopo, Buka, Lae and one final show in Port Moresby before returning home in November.
“Their hit song Winzy is very popular on the PNG airwaves.
“Well done boys, keep up the good vibes,” High Commissioner Soaki said.
Many local fans have acknowledged the musicians for continuing to raise the country’s flag overseas through their music.
Meanwhile, Unik 7, a local reggae band, over the weekend took part in the Fest Napuan in Port Vila, Vanuatu.
Fest’Napuan is the largest music festival in Vanuatu – a free-to-public festival based in Port Vila, featuring local and international artists.
By MOFFAT MAMU