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Hip-hop musician engages Zambian artistes


LOCAL hip-hop’s upcoming artiste Innocent “Sinbad 90” Stambuli has taken a step further in his career by collaborating with Zambian artistes on his debut album titled The Rap Theory to be launched in early May.

Sindiso Dube

On the album, Sinbad 90 worked with top producers DJ A.K.A and Isaac Pro as well as musicians Real Cliff and Sip Jay from Zambia. The album also features Zimbabwe’s super producers Take Fizzo and Doctor Clarence, and artistes Jnr Brown and Brown Sugar.

The has tracks such as Ghetto Life featuring Real Cliff and Sip Jay with a fusion of Zimbabwean and Zambian styles. The song is about how youths live in the Zimbabwean and Zambian ghettos.

The album also carries tracks such as Do What You Do which he performed with Jnr Brown, Nakurira produced by Take Fizzo and Corrupt Industry.

“The album is about real life issues that youths face especially in the impoverished ghettos where most of us come from and the corrupt activities that have rocked the local music industry, especially in the radio circles where some music is played continuously at the expense of other deserving,” Stambuli said.

Stambuli is the founding member of Dollasign Music, a stable that was established in 2007 and boasts of artistes such as former Star Kidz presenter Tinevimbo Chimbetete, also known as Tulkey Money, HizBaller, Tilex, Chamarah, Purple Roxxy, Doc and TRB.

Born in the small gold mining town of Kadoma, Sinbad started music at the tender age of nine in a school choir and nurtured his talent over the last years.

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