Mpu Mpu still dominating DJ Showstar Top 5

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TERENCE MISELO writes

Dope Boys’ hit wonder ‘Oya Mpu Mpu’ is still very strong on the DJ Showstar.com Music App’s Top 5 proving it is one of Zambia’s popular singles.

The song, like it has done previously, opened the month of June on number 1 and maintained its position as of 13th June with 887 views. It was trailed by Macky2 and Nez Long’s collaboration ‘GBM’ with 863 views.

The newest entry of collaboration, between SlapDee and budding artiste Kasmule is on number three while Yo Maps and Bobby East are on position four owing to their single ‘Season Yanga’.

This shows that collaborations and duets are proving to be popular and are doing very fine on various local music charts because on the tail end of the charts is King Illest featuring Nash and Macky2 with the song ‘Cheende’.

The DJ Showstar Top Five is based on views and visits to the site whose chart is automatically generated to prove its authenticity.

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