Bryan lyamba, popularly known as Bryan Kombweke aka Xrisbryan who recently changed his name has released another single off his third official coming album for the year 2017.
Bryan started his musical career while at Secondary School with the platform provided by variety entertainment shows at the School. Despite this, his first priority was education, he completed his Grade 12 at Mungwi Technical High School in 2004.
The Zambian talented singer who is also a song writer and entertainer made his debut with ‘Lyonse Nganakumona’ song which featured the Zambian legendary hit maker ‘Israel’, formerly Known as Exile.
In 2009, Bryan was signed under Shown Down Studios, the record label under CEO Chikopela aka Runnell, where he released his first album titled ‘Break Through’ and his second album titled ‘volcano’ which had songs like ‘Nganalikombwe’.
“I get inspired by God and local artists like exile, Runnell and Danny Kaya, it is through such inspirations that I get to write a lot of songs,” he said.
In 2016, Bryan Unleashed a song called ‘Nchilidebwela’, and attributed the song as an add up to the rumors that circulated on social media that he was dead.
Bryan further added that piracy in Zambia is demoralizing because producing music involves money and musicians also put in a lot and artist don’t benefit from their art because someone already benefited.
“It is illegal to sell pirated music and the government hasn’t done much about piracy and there is need need to act immediately” he narrated.
His latest song ‘dynamite’ is a song produced by Shenky and is one of the singles from his third coming album to drop soon.
Bryan added that the album is ready and he is launching an online release because he wants his fans to buy the original music. He also advised young upcoming artist to be open minded and consider education and further encouraged Zambians to continue supporting local music
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