The University of Zambia Student Union (UNZASU) in conjunction with the Christian Inter-fellowship Forum (C.I.F) hosted the first ever Gospel Concert on campus last week Friday.
"I have been an artist for ten years now and I don't intend to leave the music industry. I have not released an album for the past two years because I think I have done all that Zambians have to hear and I now intend to put-up an album for Africa,"
The issue of copyright going around in our country at the moment is one of the challenges we have faced in the music industry and our work as producers is not recognized compared to the artists despite us being the people who are behind these artistic works.
Zambia Association of Musicians (ZAM) President Njoya Tembo has confirmed 4th March, 2017 as a prayer session day for all the entertainers in Zambia.
Lusaka based artist Jonathan Nyirenda whose stage name is Tiye-P had his very first album release at Chez Ntemba VIP club in Kabulonga last week Friday. ‘The Red’ album which has 15 songs on it features vocalists such as Slap Dee, Dope G, Daev, Chef 187 and Tommy-D among many others.