Jay Rox’s latest album goes viral, hits 100,000 streams on Boomplay


Multi talented Zambian artiste, Jay Rox’s seventh studio album has gone viral following its release at midnight on Thursday.

Real name Jackson Ng’ambi, the musician has assembled a star-studded list of collaborators who include rappers Slapdee, Tommy Dee, female rap sensation Cleo Ice Queen, popular folk musician Mumba Yachi and dancehall maestro T-Sean.

Other artistes who made the final cut were Kaladoshas, Jae Cash, T-Low and frequent collaborator Zar the Supreme

In just barely twelve hours of release, the 24 song project is closing in on 100 thousand streams on Boomplay.

Released under Jay Rox’s very own imprint Headphone Music, the musician announced the release of the project via social media platforms.

Jay Rox described the album as his most emotional project to date.

“May God bless you as you listen to this album. This has to be the most emotional album I’ve ever recorded. Some songs were recorded when I was at my lowest point but I had to keep on moving. If it wasn’t for God and your support, I wouldn’t have reached this far. #AugustTurn is now officially out,” he posted to his 448 thousand Facebook followers.

The album is so far receiving rave reviews on the internet.

One Facebook user described the project is relatable.

“Most of the songs are so relatable I can’t pick one as a favorite. I have more than ten now,” the post read.

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Another user described the album as flawless.

“Love almost of the songs..been playing on random the past 2 hrs..Been stuck on niliche for 45 minutes now. Good Album
●Certified ✅,” the post read.

“Great album I must make mention you outdid yourself on this project. 👏🔥🔥🔥,” said one fan on social media.

This is the second body of work Jay Rox is releasing in two months, having released a joint EP with rapper Jae Cash last month dubbed ‘Freddy vs Jason’.

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