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Gospel artist Chileshe Bwalya teams up with Trinah Chisanga in her latest video ”Naluba”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mIV0gSOP8g

BY KAPA187

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  1. Quality video. I am sure the style of music has its fan base. I am not of that school so hopefully you get off the auto tune vocal to ragga beats with a little Zed thrown in which makes up the current generic pop sound of Zed and hire a producer who will actually find a unique way to develop your great potential. Zambian singers particularly female are let down by the weakness of their predominantly male, generic producers. In fact the singers and musicians in Zambia are a class above those they go to for their ‘sound’. And yes I do know the global market a tad better than most… Will still push Zed but something needs to give. Stay live and ditch those quick buck producers ruining your potential Zed talent.

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  2. I love her music. I usually play her songs when am feeling low. And they up lift my spirt.

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  3. I liked the singing but felt the production could have been better, especially the drums which sounded a bit boring and lifeless. Nothing a good remix couldn’t fix though!

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  4. Gospel music!! I guess like TB Joshua if they are docile uniformed masses to buy…good luck to her!!

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  5. The problem with Zambian musicians they just sing in their language which makes so hard to understand. There countries who are looking forward to sponsor Gospel e.g Angola but the manner they present they music and use native language almost in all they songs makes it so hard to desire. If you can start composing English music that will add advantage. So wakeup Zambia and do the best.

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    • While it is true that cultural imperialism has more or less forced much of the world to sing in English, it isn’t always the case. I can think of songs that were huge hits in the English speaking world despite being in another language, so it isn’t necessarily so. I would say more importantly write good songs and be true to yourself; there are ways around the language.

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