DJ Cosmo, Mic Burner in new single


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Terence Miselo writes

Zambian music firms Bwoss Music and Crystal Ball Music have teamed up to bring to dedicated artistes under one single ‘In Touch’. This is a song linking together DJ Cosmo and Mic Burner in a joint that was launched and released on Wednesday.
The two artistes have individually worked hard to attract international fame and this new song just heightens their effort for world stage. The single is produced by the ever-amazing ‘Magician’, a producer that has worked with both artistes in their many separate projects.
DJ Cosmo has especially enjoyed great chemistry with Magician who did most of the work on his most successful album, ‘Thee Statement’. The same can be said for Mic Burner which makes this new song a must listen.
Music collaborations in Zambia have become a huge driving force to reaching international recognition and are seen by many as a sign of unity. ‘In Touch’ is available on various social media music platforms


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