Real names :: Lukwesa Amos,,
Stage Name :: Luam d
Luam d is a multi Talented artist who was Born in the Central province,Serenje on 20/05/2000
He did his Primary School at Kashishi Primary School in Serenje were he was the entertainment Captain and Completed his Secondary School in 2017 at Ibolelo High School were he became a culture and entertainment captain.
Luam d has always had a dream of been a Star since Childhood, he started doing Music in 2012 when he was at primary level.
People loved his music and advised him to be serious with it because they believed one day he will be one of the best in the Zambian music industry.
He started pushing for his music Career when he worked with his friends and his producer Cool Smize who as produced almost all of his songs and later on he featured artists… IMMORTAL Czar,Drey Romy,Class B,Sub sabala,Nikki Nikko etc
In 2018 Luam d joined forces with Drey Romy and Sub sabala ,
You can download his Music on Zambianplay, I lovezedmusic and mp3oga.com
Born Chaka Nyathando, Pompi is a gospel musician from Zambia who has been active in the music industry for over a decade. His music is highly inspired by the message of the gospel and is a fusion of Afro-soul, RnB and rap. He is also an entrepreneur and CEO at Lota House.
His videos have played on commercial channels such as MTV Base and Channel O (where he finished off 2009 as number one on young gifted and African). On 8 December 2012, he released a maiden album called ‘Mizu’. The music project was the highest selling album in Zambia for more than 12 weeks.
In 2011, he was voted winner of the BNB (Born and Bred) award in the Best Gospel Artist category. In 2013, he was voted the winner of two ZMAs (Zambian Music Awards) categories namely the Best Gospel Male Artist and Best Gospel Male Album. In June 2013, he performed as guest artist during the Big Brother Africa eviction show.
His song ‘Hipolopolo’ was used by Super Sport as the official song during the Zambian soccer league. Through the U.S. State Department, he went on a tour of the U.S. to study how music is used for civil engagement. He and 20 other media personalities selected from 20 countries were issued with IVLP (International Visitors’ Leadership Program) certificates. The tour saw him featuring in the Rolling Stones magazine with a four page article on his tour to that country.
His ‘Mizu’ album was followed by the release of the ‘Broken English’ (2015) album. He pioneered as the first Zambian artist to be invited by prince Africa Zulu to perform at the Royal Onkweni Music Festival for the Zulu King and thousands of people.
Apart from music, he was in 2011 selected by former President Rupiah Banda to represent the youth on youth day for the Tomorrow’s Zambia awareness campaign. The campaign was designed to inform the youth on the availability of the youth empowerment fund and the Kwame Nkrumah University.
He was one of the ten Global Shapers that where selected to represent Zambia at the World Economic Forum and create what is called the Lusaka Hub. He has an honors degree in Business systems
Award winning Wacheda`s distinctly contemporary urban and Afro-pop orientation makes her hot favourite to wear the crown of most promising artist of modern day Zambian music.
With her first single Iron man Feat Cactus Agony topping local charts and later on winning the CBC viewers choice award for best RnB video for 2016, the bar was raised higher for this fast rising songstress. The popularity and response from her first single prompted the release of another one titled “Maliyo”.
Maliyo is a derogatory term used to describe a guy that uses his looks to live off women, scrub much. This song has been an anthem for the ladies and its accompanying video was voted video of the month by Zambia`s top bloggers for two consecutive stints upon its release.
Her current Club Banger “No More” which features dancehall heavy weights, Mic Burner and Dj Cosmo is already making rounds. She brings out a different side of her with her smooth vocals attempting a slow rap which gives the song a unique feel.
Born Chimwemwe Nabwacheda Chihana, she has experimented with several sounds through the years and finally decided to share her love of music with the world. With her love of singing and dancing throughout her life, Nabwacheda wrote her first song with three of her friends in 5th grade.
Music, dancing and singing liberate her and she uses the arts to express herself as she is quite introverted and shy. She is married to the love of her life, Masuzyo Mtawali whom she describes as her rock because he believes in her and supports her in everything she does and desires to achieve.
At the age of 9, Nabwacheda had her first stage moment when she attended the Lusaka Agriculture and Commercial show where she and her immediate older sister Wezi joined the late daddy Zemus on stage. The experience was thrilling and gave her the impetus to keep pursuing her dreams.
As a family orientated wife, daughter, mother, sister and aunt, Ms. Nabwacheda is motivated by her love for the finer things in life, her grounded upbringing by her widowed mother and she has always believed she would achieve fame and success that would enable her to give back positively to society.
Nabwacheda writes most of her own songs especially Tonga ones, which is pretty easy as she comes from a Tonga maternal background. She hopes to pen a Tumbuka/Tonga blended song shortly in honour of her paternal heritage and her husband. This too cultivates her passion to combine the contemporary with the traditional.
She is a mother to 2 beautiful daughterS and As the last child in a tight-knit family of five siblings, she has rightfully earned her stripes as super favourite Aunty. She credits her values to the strength of her mother who raised her following the death of her father shortly after her first birthday.
TK Roma Side Biography
TK is the father of Zambian music production. He’s also known as the Dr. Dre and Timbaland of Zambia. He makes different types of beats — from Zed hip-hop to dancehall to R&B and afro. His sound quality is excellent, which is why most of the songs he produced over a decade ago still sound fresh.
One would think TK uses some ‘secret software’ because his sound output is so different from what most new Zambian producers are bringing out, but he’s mentioned he just rewires Cubase, Reason, Fruity Loops and other software.
TK was one of the first individuals to make a career out of music production in Zambia.
He remembers that he made his first beat when he was 8-years-old in the 80s; that’s what happens when you have parents and siblings that support you to maximize your potential the first time they spot your passion, right?
TK started Romaside Studios with his brothers in Lusaka’s Roma township and established himself as a leading producer in 1998. Between 2000 and 2003 he produced hits like Alubusu’s “Bwela Panyumba,” MKV’s “Mai Junior” and “Msizani,” Master Flo’s “Chimatibaba” and “So Lucky” by Exile.
TK also produced all the hit singles on the Nexus Music and Hot Top 10 Zed compilations of 2002 and 2004, respectively.
After that, he produced artists like Kamaflage, The Third, Jimmy, Damiano, Shimpanzi and Hamoba. On record, TK has produced music for most big names in Zambian music.
Owing to his success story, he has been hired to judge the biggest talent shows locally and internationally like Airtel Star Search, African Idols and Dreams Zambia between 2006 and 2015.
Although TK is no longer based in Roma, his studio is still called Romaside. Thank you TK for being a pioneer and inspiring others to become producers.
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