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B Flow rescinds his Kalindula dream

Headlines B Flow rescinds his Kalindula dream


B FLOW, who recently announced that he was changing from dancehall to kalindula because he wanted to be original, has gone back on his decision saying his fans have been complaining.
This is a complete turn-around for the man who a fortnight ago said the decision to go the kalindula way was final.
In his own words: “I wish to announce to all my fans and followers that I have officially changed my music style from Dancehall to Kalindula because I want to be original. This decision is final. I urge you to carefully listen before you begin criticising. Without wasting your time, here are my two new Kalindula singles – Tekwesha Ft. Chef 187 and Veli Badi (produced by Henrik Berhane for Zedway movements).”
Now, he says fans have been complaining that they still want him to do dancehall, hence his quick turn-around.
“My fans have been complaining and lamenting that they don’t want me to do Kalindula because they want that dancehall fire in me to continue burning,” he says.
“Well, I’m sorry to abort Kalindula prematurely, so I’m officially back on the dancehall tip. Who am I to deny mi fan dem weh dem ask for? Meanwhile, look out for my new dancehall album produced by Magg 44 and Jerry Fingers”.
It was always going to be intriguing if not interesting to see how B’flow, who got recognition from President Obama for using music for social good, was going to make the transition from dancehall to kalindula.
The two genres are quite distinct, but a creative person can always play around with them.
While dancehall is some kind of digitalised version of raggamuffin reggae, influenced by hip-hop, which it combines with, kalindula has its roots in Luapula Province and has to be played with atleast two lead guitars, a bass guitar, percussion and drums.



  1. I can’t blame him, after all we’ve seen such reversals from the Top man in the country, the latest being the Zesco directive yesterday. Just joking. All the best young man in your career, you know yourself better, this is your source of livelihood and as such you’re better placed to make your own decisions.

    • Can anyone in Zambia pay dance-hall music like the renowned Buju Banton, Shaggy, Shabba etc??? Wishful thinking. He wants to stop the music he never played in the first place. Just do your Kalindula.

  2. U turns have been the characteristics of PF leadership since the dead cobra times. Combining the two would have been better. But he knows where his bread and butter comes from. Good luck

  3. Where does the PF comes in on this one sure? Just wish the young man all the best than dragging them into this.

  4. I was not for the Kalindula idea and I am glad that my contribution was listened to. B-Flow is very talented and he deserves international audience. Kalindula was going to limit him international as the Kalindula beats sound a bit dated.

    Thank you B-Flow for listening to your fans. Brilliant decision.

  5. Yeah he just found out that life is very difficult for an african. He wants to promote an african product but fellow africans tell him it wont sell. Kalindula is dated they say. If the original reggae artistes had that kind of thinking would we have heard of Bob Marley, Toots, Shabba? Listening to unambitious selfhating uncreative carboncopying africans is what makes BFlow a tantika tantula

  6. Mwebantu B Flow has realised that there is no future in carboncopying. This is what all of us Africans should realise instead of encouraging him to be a robot. That is why he switched to Kalindula. But there you go withdrawing support and demoralising him. Appreciate your own. Stop envying white people’s behaviours Ala!! Ukutumpa!!

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