Chanda Mbao on Money Gang


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When local artiste Chanda Mbao last released a single, his major aim was to take his music international.

And true to his promise, it is after the runaway success of his single ‘The Bigger Wave,’ that the award winning Hip-Hop star has bounced back with another huge record dubbed   ‘Money Gang’ featuring South African based musical phenomenon, Gemini Major.

The song has wowed a lot of hip hop music followers and puts Mbao in a league of his own when it comes to music.

Set in the spirit of the hustle, the two are artistes combine very well sharing  some hyperbolic stunt raps as well some motivation for all the people trying to get their money.

“ With this major collaboration, Chanda Mbao once again proves that he is a regional force to be reckoned with. From Zambia to the world and we are very proud of his achievement,” says his management team in explaining the song’s success so far.

Although it is not Chanda Mbao’s first collaboration with a foreign artiste, management feels ‘ Money Gang’ has set a higher bar that the artistes wishes to promote this year. The song is available on various social media music outlets and is enjoying lots of support.


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