KANTU’S ‘I wish’ hits number 1 on DJ Showstar top 5

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TERENCE MISELO Writes

@SunZambian

I Wish’ latest single by songstress Kantu last weekend hit the number one spot on  DJ Showstar’s Top 5 charts featured on djshowstar.com music application.

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Produced by Uptown Beatz and features the talented producer and rapper T-Sean, ‘I Wish’ received a number of views to earn it the top slot.

The song that also indicates Kantu’s comeback after a busy year of studying was only released on July 4 and it is already making progress.

It beat Drimz’s ‘ Chamusana’ on number two. ‘Chamusana’ is Drimz’s latest single that has also come with a bang. On number three is Shenky and D-Bwoy Telem with the hit single ‘ Flamaticaly’ while standing on number four was ‘ Samson Delilah’ from Burna featuring Chef 187 and Alpha Romeo.

Bow Chase’s collaboration with Chef 187, Wilz and T-Sean on the song ‘ Nalitemwa ifintu’ has earned him the last spot to complete the Top 5.

The chart keeps changing every time and it will be interesting to know how far Kantu will go.

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