Davaos release another single

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Just after enjoying a massive feedback from their recent single ‘ Oh My Love’, the female ragga dancehall duo Davaos are back with a new single ‘Pon Me’, produced by the one and only Kekero.
This which was actually meant to be released later was forced to the public following an unofficial leak on social media.
This is of course not the first time Davaos is working with Kekero but listening to the song one will discover the effective and balanced chemistry of producer and artiste.
Davaos have been working extremely hard to maintain their relevance on the music scene and this new single is enough to prove their dedication. It has always been hard for most female artistes to make it in Zambia and Davaos are proving everything is possible owing to their consistency.
‘Pon Me,’ is a typical dancehall song with strong lyrics. It is basically a women praising her body and encouraging a man to love it. This song will surely have great impact once the video is released.

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