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Ma’Africa release video for “Chimwemwe Dance”

Headlines Ma’Africa release video for “Chimwemwe Dance”

Ma Africa released the video for their song “Chimwemwe Dance” that features Drimz. The song was produced by Jazzy Boy.

“Chimwemwe Dance is a local dance routine which involves an impressive body bounce, it originates from Zambia’s Copperbelt Province and has managed to become the nation’s prestige.

The video was directed by DjLo for Reel Studios.


  1. People should focus on learning important things like programming, machine learning, IoT etc dancing will never make Zambia a developed country. Every time dancing at airports, meetings you name it.

  2. It may not be completely original, but its not Kwaito. Nothing wrong in dancing in your spare time, or indeed as a career. Not at airports for Presidents, though.

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