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Phillip Mweemba Set to Release a Single with 7-Time Grammy Winner Timbuktu
3rd Jun 2024, 12:49
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Zambian prolific rapper Phillip Mweemba is poised to make waves with his highly anticipated new single, set for release on June 21, 2024. The track promises to be a major event in the Zambian music scene, boasting an impressive lineup of collaborators. Joining Mweemba are Krytic, widely regarded as one of the best Zambian rappers of all time, Killa, the artist with the most Spotify monthly listeners in Zambia, and Swedish Grammy Award-winning artist Timbuktu.


This powerhouse collaboration is expected to showcase the diverse talents of each artist, blending their unique styles into a must-hear track. With such a high-caliber roster, the single is set to not only dominate the charts but also further solidify Mweemba's status as a leading figure in Zambian hip-hop. Fans eagerly await this release, which promises to be a milestone in both Mweemba's career and the broader Zambian music industry.


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Phillip Mweemba Set to Release a Single with 7-Time Grammy Winner Timbuktu
3rd Jun 2024, 12:49
(205 people have read this)

Zambian prolific rapper Phillip Mweemba is poised to make waves with his highly anticipated new single, set for release on June 21, 2024. The track promises to be a major event in the Zambian music scene, boasting an impressive lineup of collaborators. Joining Mweemba are Krytic, widely regarded as one of the best Zambian rappers of all time, Killa, the artist with the most Spotify monthly listeners in Zambia, and Swedish Grammy Award-winning artist Timbuktu.


This powerhouse collaboration is expected to showcase the diverse talents of each artist, blending their unique styles into a must-hear track. With such a high-caliber roster, the single is set to not only dominate the charts but also further solidify Mweemba's status as a leading figure in Zambian hip-hop. Fans eagerly await this release, which promises to be a milestone in both Mweemba's career and the broader Zambian music industry.


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