Win The Chance To Open Up For Mali Music In Birmingham 19th May 2013

Mali Music Birmingham

Are you Birmingham’s best kept secret? Have you been gifted by God and know that you’re meant to minister through music?

This is your chance to release your voice and your talent and support Mali Music LIVE in concert on 19th May 2013 at the prestigious music venue The Institute.

All you have to do to enter is upload a short video of yourself singing a Mali Music song. If you’re a rapper you can upload an original song/freestyle a cappella.

In the video state your name, age and why you would love to open up for Mali Music, upload it to YouTube with the title “Mali Music & Friends LIVE 19th May 2013” and email the link to

Share the link on facebook, twitter (and other social networking sites/email etc) and get your family, friends and supporters to vote for you by emailing with the title “I want *insert name here* to support Mali Music”.

  • You must be able to perform (to backing track) on 19th May 2013. 
  • You must be from Birmingham/surrounding areas.
  • The winner will be announced on 12th May 2013

UPRISE Presents Mali Music & Friends LIVE in Birmingham in the heart of Birmingham’s music and arts scene at The Institute, 78 Digbeth High Street, Birmingham, B5 6DY on Sunday 19th May.

Tickets are £15 in advance and £20 on the door and can be purchased via

The extraordinary Gospel artist is most popular for his?hits ‘All The Glory Belongs To You (Yahweh),’ ‘The Job Experience’ and latest single ‘Ready Aim’.

Mali Music emerged as an underground favourite, popular for his arresting mash-up of Contemporary and inspirational story-telling. He made mainstream waves at the 2011 BET Awards as the first inspirational artist to take the Music Matters stage, which then led to him being signed to R&B?singer Akon’s label, Konvict Muzik.


UPRISE showcases the very best of Urban Gospel, Hip-Hop, RnB, Soul, Garage/Grime and Reggae through credible and authentic programming that gives voice to Christian creatives and musicians, reflecting their world, expanding their horizons and providing viewers with a positive alternative to current negative urban music and culture.

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1 Comment

  1. denita champ

    May 6, 2013 at 2:38 am

    I am so excited about mali music he is amazing and so blesseD. When are you fo have Rae Ellis and other soul artist that represent kingdom? I’d come! Keep up the great kingdom work for christ

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