In celebration of this year’s National Youth Week – Chef 187, Mampi, Kantu and B’Flow deliver the official theme song called “Bushe Namumfwa“. The artists come together and deliver an all-round impressive masterpiece on a Jazzy Boy engineered beat This years Youth Week is being commemorated under the theme “Leveraging Opportunities for Youth through information and communication Technology“.
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Brian “B Flow” Bwembya used to make music for lovers, donning shades and gold chains in music videos and singing “You’re the reason for my life, you’re the only one I would make my wife” to pretty girls. “My first two albums I was just singing about love,” says the 28-year-old Zambian hip-hop musician. “They say love […]
Immediate past United States President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama have launched The Obama Foundation in their hometown of Chicago. And guess who is invited to the launch next month? Yep, B’flow a.k.a Brian Bwembya.
Zambian musician Brian Bwemya, aka B Flow, is not only a dancehall artist but also a songwriter using his music to promote social justice. He speaks to Focus on Africa’s Kennedy Gondwe about conquering the musical scene. Listen to the interview on BBC: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04w9l9v
Zambia’s Award winning dance-hall artiste and HIV/AIDS advocate, B Flow was selected to represent the entire African music industry in Hollywood as part of a worldwide movement called Keep The Promise by AIDS Healthcare Foundation .
Zambia Daily Mail, Lusaka THERE has been one artist repetitively on the lips of many Zambian music fans recently, and thankfully not for reasons of notoriety. That name is B Flow whose real name is Brian Mumba Kasoka Bwembya, who recently was recognised by United States (US) President Barrack Obama during a Mandela Washington Fellowship […]