AFTER having enjoyed some success both locally and intentionally, celebrated local hip-hop group, Zone Fam, seem to be going higher and higher.
Just recently, the hip-hop sensation released a number of singles including ‘Translate’ and ‘Jus Ride’.
This time around, their graph keeps soaring.
The quartet on Thursday released another single from its soon-to-be-released second studio album.
Zone Fams second album is expected to be released in February next year.
IT was an hour of blessing; a life changing experience that brought together different souls that were yearning for a divine touch.
The venue was Dynamic Soul Saving Ministries in Chelstone, which is also known as the “renovation centre,” where scores of worshipers could not help it but bend their knees to worship the Lord.
Guest artiste was the revered Ephraim, the son of Africa, who glorified the Lord and testified of His infinity favour.
AWARD WINNING Jamaican reggae dancehall artiste Sean Paul’s Wednesday concert has been postponed to a later date.
The artiste was expected in the country on Tuesday for a show at the Levy Mwanawasa stadium in Ndola, on the eve of Zambia’s 49th Independence anniversary.
DEMOCRATIC Republic of Congo (DRC) rhumba star Josar Nyoka Longo, popular known as Zaiko Langa Langa, has called on countries in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region to come up with laws which will protect musicians from practices such as piracy.
Mr Nyoka said governments are losing a lot of revenue through such illegal activities.
IT was one of those nights when you are assured of retiring to bed with a happy face. A multitude of people thronged the Barclays Sports Complex to witness one of the biggest album launches the country has ever witnessed.
Well, one of the biggest in the sense that it was by Petersen, an artiste whose music career spans over a decade and is currently some unrivalled superiority in his regard.
KITWE’s Cinderella Night Club car park tomorrow becomes a hive of entertainment activity when Danny (Kaya) takes to the stage face to face with the visiting artiste from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) DaCosta in what is expected to be a gas of a jam.
Organiser of the event Ricky Chilolo said everything was ready and tickets for the show were selling like hot cakes and appealed to fans to turn up in good time to ensure they secured better seats in the car park.
IT HAS been a long time coming but now it is finally here. Jay Rox, otherwise known as Mr Roxa, has finally released his debut album titled Mvesesani.
Producer and rapper Jay Rox is one of the Zone Fam quartet.
After several mix tapes such as Berg City Mercenary, Fruits of My Labour, Bar Dissertation and More than Human, coupled with a successful album with his crew Zone Fam, Roxa thought it would be great to put together an album of his best material with assistance from his crew and other Zambian artistes.
EXCITEMENT characterised last Friday night in Livingstone when Lusaka premier night club Eastpoint opened a franchise in the tourist capital.
As early as 20:00 hours the venue was packed with traffic on Mwila Road while many revellers thronged the pub trying to find space inside the club that proved to be small for the bustling tourist capital.