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Afro-Pop R n B Singer ,Timothy, releases visual for “Fly away”

Headlines Afro-Pop R n B Singer ,Timothy, releases visual for "Fly away"

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Zambian music is now going on the global map with the Afro-Pop R n B Singer ‘Timothy’ slowly starting to make a lot of noise and building a large following through his recently released singles; ‘Chikondi’ and ‘Fly away’.

He unleashes visuals to the huge sweet melody titled ‘Fly Away’.  video produced by MT Productionz in Lusaka. Fly Away is a song produced byDjLo of Ikonik Music.

BY KAPA187

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  1. This is useless kind of sing just like PF is becoming useless. What is the message. How does a person in Russianderstand what he is singing? Zambian music is crap now.

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