Chile One’s new album sends waves on social media, as streams reach 3 million in three days


Chile one’s latest album has stirred widespread conversation by amassing an impressive 3 million streams within a mere three days on Boomplay, a feat still ongoing.

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This album has triggered varying views among internet users in Zambia, while others have chosen to remain impartial.

Nevertheless, irrespective of its quality, critics are not in short supply.

On January 1, 2024, when the stream count hit one million, leader for Patriots for Economic Progress, Sean Tempo, rated the album 3 out of 10 on his Facebook page, sparking a heated debate on social media.

While some fans stood by the album, others supported Tempo’s rating, believing it reflected an unbiased assessment.

However, given the album’s staggering streaming numbers, Tempo’s viewpoint seems less impactful.

Some fans argue that Tempo lacks the expertise necessary to critically evaluate the album.

Then, on January 2, 2024, he facetiously revised his rating to a perfect 10 out of 10, stating, “Album Review yaleta kanthu. Okay l have revised the rating to 10/10.”

The artiste appears deeply engrossed in the celebrations of his achievement, and seemingly unfazed by any negative feedback his album may have received.

Conversely, his track ‘nayo nayo,’ featuring Tianna and marked as track 13 on the album, garnered the highest number of views on YouTube, amassing 500,000 within three days.

Despite this, the artiste remains upbeat and dropped a hint on his Facebook page regarding the Heroes Stadium.

The exact significance of the term ‘heroes’ remains ambiguous without additional context, nonetheless, fans speculating in the comment section suggest it might refer to filling the Heroes Stadium.

It appears that Chile one is gearing up for more extensive touring across the country this year.

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