Tag: zambian hip hop
“Take care in your dreaming” The Avalanches ft Sampa the Great – The zambian native making musical strides in the australian diaspora
Sampa the Great is a Zambian hip hop artist that gained traction and success as a member of the African diaspora, specifically in Australia. A good example of an artist that developed her career in the west, while maintaining her roots and using her art as a vehicle for social and political commentary. Born in
Zambian hip-hop artist Slap Dee’s newest album “Mother Tongue” celebrates women, love, Zambian culture and Zambian languages. It was released in 2020. Slap Dee glorifies Africa in the song “mother tongue” featuring Daev. He raps, “I rise in an African song/sleeping in an African moon.” These lyrics insinuate the African ‘song’ and ‘moon’ are remarkable.
Born Jackson Ngambi Banda on the 23rd of February 1988, Jay Rox is known to the world as one of the finest innovative stage performers, record producer and songwriter of his generation. Before becoming one of Zambia’s most successful producers and a rapper, Jay always had a special connection with music. Jay’s music journey took
Chef 187 was born on the 23rd of May 1986 as Kondwani Alias Kaira in Chingola, Zambia. His stage name Chef 187 has diverse meanings. Chef has several translations; to kill, cook, and serve. 187 is the slang term for “murder”, this term is often used by the American police. Despite these literal translations, Kondwani