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By ALICE NACHILEMBE
Chingola upcoming artiste Victor Maonde is happy that the title truck of his debut album ‘Ndemwikatilila’ is receiving massive airplay from local radio stations.
Maonde, popularly known as Brother Chiko (Br Chiko) says it is encouraging that the gospel fan base has come to appreciate his song.
He told The Independent Observer Entertainment that the song ‘Ndemwikatilila’ is a reminder to God loving people to hold only to God no matter the situation they are found in.
Maonde 28, who is inspired by renowned Zambian gospel artiste Kings Mumbi is in Danger Zone studio working on a 10 truck album.
The album is expected to be offloaded on the music shelves in August this year.
Br Chiko who is being produced by Danger Zone studios leading Artiste Allan K, said apart from Ndemwikatilila, other songs on the album have encouraging message for people to have faith in God.
Some of the songs in the Ndemwikatilila album are Pongolola, Tapaba efyo Nalipila, Tebwanga and Umutende which features talented gospel singer Marvelous.
Others featured on the Umutende song are Mercy Light, Jose International, Chilu and Francis.
Maonde who is said music is the best medicine for the soul said Zambians must anticipate the hit songs from his album.