OC continues to make Zambia proud

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TERENCE MISELO writes

Zambian-musician based in United States of America Obrien Mwaka famously as OC continues to make an impact on the international music scene following his single release of the song ‘Pepe’ which features Ugandan artiste Eddy Kenzo.

With the Pepe official video making rounds on various social media platforms, OC is determined to take Zambian musician to another level. He says his passion is to see Zambian music reach greater heights. His commitment is to make music with a view to penetrating Africa and world at large.

In most of his music projects recorded in the US, OC is seeking international fame and he is happy the people and followers are responding well to his music.

His other single ‘Stay’ released earlier this year has also created a huge fan base for OC.  The single has topped music charts in Nigeria, South Africa and other regions of the continent. It is also very prominent on international music TV channels like Trace Africa, Sound City and Channel O.

It is clear Pepe is also heading that direction as it hit Trace TV last week. The song has also gotten positive feedback from Uganda. For this, OC is not resting till he hits that number one spot intentionally.

“My music speaks for any colour, Pepe featuring Kenzo is the new wave. If you haven’t seen it, visit my bio and click on the link. Let’s go. Pepe to the world,” states OC as he continues to promote his new single and put Zambia on the map.

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