UK-Based Zambian label unleashes new signee, Mazuba; legend TY2 to make guest appearance


A UK based Christian Zambian record label, Inspired Lane HQ, has recruited Zambian music legend TY2 for a guest appearance on the music company’s latest release.

The single dubbed ‘Nshakaleka’ done by the label’s new signee Mazuba also features Zambia’s biggest artiste on music streaming platform Spotify, the multitalented youngster Killa and Davis of the DMK fame.

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The Artson Mumba-produced record which contains a fusion of Afropop, R & B and traditional Zambian music is an inspirational piece meant to encourage people to maintain their trust in God in the midst of challenges.

Inspired Lane HQ Director, Brian Zimba, who happens to be writer of the song says the music will never depart from the message of the gospel.

“Nshakaleke is a strong stance and resolve to keep believing and praising God despite the highs and lows that life may bring. We live in an ever changing world entertainment space. Our message of Christ remains at the center of everything that we do,” Zimba proclaimed.

Mazuba displayed soulful vocals on this captivating gospel song which presented a carefully curated blend of the old and new school.

On the artiste, whose full name is Mazuba Phiri, the label executive feels now is the right time for her to be presented to the global stage.

Zimba sang praises of the musician, saying she is extremely talented and experienced.

“We have been quietly recording songs with her from the time that she joined our team. We believe this is her time to take off and shine. She brought her A-game to this project and she delivered an unforgettable captivating performance. Our esteemed listeners are in for a treat,” Zimba revealed.

Nshakaleka is currently available on all major streaming platforms.

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