Yo Maps, Nigeria’s Iyanya set music space agog with new Afro-pop song, ‘Confirmation


Zambian music sensation, Yo Maps, has collaborated with Nigeria’s Iyanya on his new afro-pop banger dubbed ‘Confirmation’.

The musician, whose real name is Elton Mulenga, on Friday released the single and visuals for the song which has been uploaded on YouTube.

Netizens have received the release better than the artiste’s Easter Friday release ‘Nga Te Ba Yahweh’, which was equally a simultaneous release of single and video.

This time, the piece has received highly positive rave reviews from both industry peers and fans alike.

Fellow artiste Jay Rox, praised the musician for his latest effort.

“This is fire Yo Maps Yo UP UP!!!! ,” the rapper posted on his Facebook page while sharing Yo Maps’ post.

Zambian legend Danny Kaya could not resist his admiration for the son.

“My kind of jam. Congratulations king,” the veteran artiste posted on the comments of Yo Maps’ post.

Dancehall musician turned human rights activist B-Flow said the artiste’s latest release confirms that he has now earned international status.

“This is CONFIRMATION that Yo Maps is ready and set for the international stage! The quality of his new song and video is top notch.”

Badman Shapi of the Urban Hype fame gave the record a nod of approval.


One fan wrote: “YouTube views tufushe bane maps deserves our love and support 5 star super star.”

Another keyboard warrior on the comments section of Yo Maps’ post said the video of the song is international.

“Iyi video it’s giving “international vibes” let me go and view it on your YouTube channel asap. The international artiste name that you gave yourself is beginning to manifest slowly but sure.”

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