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Terence Miselo Writes@SunZambia

A deluxe album is mainly associated with richness, superior in quality  and finess. Exactly this is what Nexus Music Entertainment brings to the table on this new Chef 187 album dubbed ‘ Bon Appetite- Deluxe’.

Every follower of Zambian hip hop music  and Chef 187 in particular knows how successful the ‘ Bon Appetit’ album has been. It is this reason that  award-winning rapper Chef I87 now under the Nexus Music Entertainment label decided to refine, remix and reintroduce some new sound to his earlier offering to please his fans. On this basis,  ‘ Bon Appetit- Deluxe’ is born.

According to Nexus Music Entertainment, the album is a collection of refined sound with some familiar themes that Chef is well-known for.

“This is a dessert to all my fans who enjoyed ‘ Bon Appetit’ and is meant to shine some light on some songs that got overlooked,” states Chef 187 in explaining the album which comes as a collaboration involving Kopala Swagg, Alpha Entertainment and Nexus.

The album is available on pre order request on Mvesesani and fans will be able to get the music on Friday 26th February.


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