MOSI-OA-TUNYA ECHOES TO DAY OF THUNDER (Pictures)
Written by Millennium on April 23, 2019
Terence Miselo writes
Nigerian songstress Yemi Alade who was the guest act for the Zambian Breweries’ Mosi Day of Thunder has described Zambia as a good country whose music she loves and would be looking forward to collaborations with Zambian artistes. Speaking before her wowing performance at the Villa Grounds on Saturday, Alade said she was grateful for having the chance to tour Livingstone and see the Victoria Falls. “Zambia is laka.
I look forward to doing more collaborations with Zambian artistes as I have done in the past with JK.
I really love the music here,” exclaimed Yemi before her performance at the annual festival, which is now in its fourth year. “I am grateful that I have been to the Victoria Falls, I love it. My entire band went out and we experienced it together.
I felt like a kid all over again because I do love to play in the rain, and I got the opportunity to do that,” she said of the spray from the mighty falls.
Yemi called for more collaboration with Zambian musicians: “When it comes to music it does not matter where you are from.” And according to a statement from Langmead and Baker, the music festive brought thousands of people together from all corners of Zambia and the region.