Sunday, April 14, 2024

B-Flow to collaborate with international recording artist Emeli Sande



International recording artist Emeli Sande , who is know for hits such as “Next to me” , “What i did for love” , “Free” ,”Wonder” and many more, is collaborating with Zambian artist B-Flow on her upcoming album . The duo has recorded 2 songs together.

This is what B-Flow had to say :

“I didn’t ask her, she called me and asked me if I would be interested in featuring on two songs on her 2nd album. I couldn’t believe it. I didn’t even know what to say but I said a BIG YES. So yesterday we drove to Oxfordshire from East London and camped at Angelic studio where we had a night recording session and finished the first song. We are now working on the 2nd song. Her album sounds really great. She also wanted me to listen to all the songs and critique her.”

"second studio session with Emeli Sande in Oxfordshire England "
“second studio session with Emeli Sande in Oxfordshire England “



"Night recording session"
“Night recording session”
"Teaching my friend Emeli Sande how to sing "Next to me" in Bemba
“Teaching my friend Emeli Sande how to sing “Next to me” in Bemba”

This is a great opportunity not only for B-flow but for Zambian music as a whole to be showcased on the world stage !

Emeli Sande Next to me 

Emeli Sande Wonder

B Flow Cry of a woman

B Flow Side plate



  1. Emeli Sande’s father, Joel Kayumba Sande, is a Zambian who grew up in Luanshya. The elder brother to her father, Richard Sande, still lives in Luanshya.

  2. Big up Bana ba Zambia, wishing you all the best

    Emile will set B flow to another level…just like she did writting songs for fellow singer Labyrinth and other world renowned artists. Its the unselfish Zambaino running in her blood. Me proud of her success 200%, better than, old skool Anna Mwale, Jane Orsborne, and has surpassed Samantha Mumba in record sales world wide

  3. Love Emelie, good girl reverting to her roots to bring some needed input. But I hope it’s not going to be negative fusion….please protect Zambian culture.

  4. Hear the music lyrics to the song ‘clown’ & the music video. Chances are that she’s a pawn of the music industry. I love her music & persona though!

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