Divine Tribe are a gospel group consisting of 3 people ; Borniface Mwanza (Bishop), Taurai Njaramba (Whizzy) and Andrew Phiri (Detox). They started of as back up dancers for the likes of Runnel and Ruff kid.  They gave there lives to God and started to perform at their church,Northmead Assemblies of God.


  • They recorded and released their first album ,”Kumwamba” in 2006.  This album helped Divine tribe to get more exposure , they went from being only know at their church to being know county wide.
  • There aim was to spread  a positive message through their music . they set their sights on establishing themselves  as examples of moral purity and trends among young musicians in Zambia.
  • In 2010 they released their second album “Higher ground
  •  Higher grounds combines a variety of music styles , fusing Zambian , Nigerian and east African vibes.
  •  They have collaborated with Kenya’s music heavy weight kanji and the legendary Limit X from Uganda, on a song called “Help is on the way”
  •  Locally they have collaborated with the likes of Ephraim, Matthew Ngosa, T.P, Aaron, the amazing angie, DMK, Hezron “Hezijones” Ngosa and a number  of producers such as Raydo (Digital X Entertainment) Daxon and killa beats(K-Army) TK (Roma Side Studios) Big Bez (Sound Factory Entertainment) and NOX (Luchi Records) .
  • The  hit song off the album “Everyday” was the first gospel video to be played on MTV Base and is also playing on One Gospel and Channel O


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  1. If you had not mentioned divine tribe i would be thinking its these rhumba chaps from congo, look at the saging of trousers.That doesnt look like serious repentant christians.Those boys are jst minting money from unsuspecting believers


  2. imwe sure there is that ka song at “NAKAPELELE” which i used to hear play in Big brother house. Since then i have never heard of that song and yet we still hear of other African song that where being played in the same house(especially Nigerian songs) on S.A radio, channel O and even TRACY TV. That ka Zambian song is a very nice song and deserve international recognition


  3. Gospel music in zambian sure has changed every gospel artists in in autotune and dressing like soulja boy. Why is it that all the yo ballyz are not doing gospel?  Something does not sit right with me and i prefer the old school amalumbo when it comes to gospel music. This all lets dress in faux gucci and sunsha the bokoshi for the lord in our skinny jeans and chinese supraz just doesn’t sit right with me. It’s like those 90’s gospel where rhumba became so popular where women were girating their wombs so as to show how they love the ‘lord’


  4. Am so proud of guys…. Continue the good work and keep the fire for Christ.
    Am impressed with the rout that Zambian music taking!!!!!!!!!!!! It reminds me
    Of the days we started building the Nigerian Music industry, Go for it Divine tribe and
    May God Richly bless the works of your hands….



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