Apple Music is now available in Zambia and what that means is that it’s now easier than ever for a Zambian to listen to music via Apple Music. In fact, it’s so easy that it’s legal! Yes, 
It’s artist like Natasha Chansa and Kunkeyani himself who through interacting with older artist seem to be making progress in the industry.  

1. The Majority Of Zambians Are Still Very Uneducated But every single Zambian can understand fully at least one local language, meaning the pool of potential fans is always larger for a rapper using a local language.
Before we even get to the sound or the lyrics, the first experience we have of this album is we see the album artwork and the album name, “Pantomime”. What does it...
This list is in no particular order. The following are the factors that were considered in the selection: - Easily accessible high-quality professional pictures. - Professional project (song/album) artwork. - Consistent visual standard. - Professionally...
Namwali Serpell is a Zambian writer currently teaching in the US. She was born in 1980 in Lusaka, and has made a prominent name for herself in the African writing sphere. She is my hero, and today...
Rating: 4.7/5 Pages: 254 Audience: Adults Sometimes the best reads are the ones that confuse you. The stories that snatch you by the throat and pin you to...
Rating: 4.5/5Pages: 161Audience: All Ages Very often in life, we discover something that we feel must be shared with the rest of the world. We tend to think that we have found the cure...
The New Wave is a renascence. The revival of something that has been dormant. A rebirth or a new beginning. I'm a 90's kid and so the Zambian music I was born in was the era of "Zamrock" and "Kalindula"....
First and foremost, leave mumble rap alone! If Hip-hop had any real standards they should have kicked in years ago! We've tolerated the degradation of women, glorification of violence and drug use to the point that they became a...

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