Tambu Stargirl releases video


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Terence Miselo


Zambian female dancehall artiste Tambu Stargirl has released a new video of her comeback  single dubbed ‘All Night’ featuring Tyce Ziggy.

Tambu who was popular around 2000s singing with the likes with UniQ Skills returns after a long break. Her single released last week now comes complete with a video.

This song  is a warning shot that completes her comeback and desire  to take over the dancehall music charts.

Known for her combination of rap and singing in a raga dancehall style, Tambu has set her single in her typical fashion. It is a song containing all the dancehall elements and one set to be a huge club banger. This single is one of the 10 songs to be on her album also set for release this year.

The album will be called ‘Reborn’ deliberately to announce her new self. On the album, which has taken some good years to complete, Tambu has worked with different artistes and a combination of producers. She promises not to disappoint her fans and encourages them to follow her social media platforms for more information and surprises on the album.

‘All Night’ is an indication of what is expected on the album and Tambu has revealed maturity and growth.

“ The song is talking about how I would dance all night with a guy I have a crush on. If only he was my man. I am yet to release a 10 track album to feature  T-Sean, Tyce Ziggy and Chefy. It is produced by Raydo ,Tsean and KKidma,” concludes Tambu.


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