Zambia’s most sustained hit maker Yahya Kaba commonly known as Killer Beats (KB) has revealed that his album is doing well on the market.
In an interview with Lusaka Star, K B said his album called “Thankful” is doing very well and that it is currently on all digital platforms such as iTunes.
“Thankful is doing pretty well and it’s on all digital platforms, it’s on Nvesesani, it’s on iTunes; it is doing well even though people do not buy hard copies, the ones I printed at first got finished,” Mr. Kaba.
K B who also owns a record label called K Army said he has sold more than 700 copies so far adding that Lusaka is pretty much covered.
However, he said the only challenge he is facing is strategic plan for getting the album outside Lusaka city.
Furthermore, KB explained that songs on the album have received different responses following people’s taste of music. The most played song from the album is “Rewind” which features Cuctus Agony, B Flow, and among others.
Mr. Kaba however revealed that he is not currently working on any project adding that he would be able to work on another project in February.
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