Audio | Listen to ZoneFam’s Latest ‘Da Bidness’

Zambian Rap outfit; Zone Fam have come full circle, within the past year they have released hit after hit including Contolola (Topped at Number One, Sinjonjo, Propeller, Lobola and now “Da Bidness”. This is all in anticipation of the release of their second album in February 2014.

Da Bidness is produced by Lobola Producer/Artist Shom-C and the video was Shot by Nigerian Music video Genius AJE in Nairobi, Kenya. Once again this was all facilitated by the Taurus Musik Team, which is growing into a force to be reckoned with on the African Music scene.

The song has been mastered by Kenyan Producer Kevin Provoke who is working with a lot of upcoming artists in Kenya. The song will be made available as a Free Download as well as on digital platforms such as itunes, amazon, spotify and more.

The Release of Da Bidness coincides with Zambia’s 49th Independence Day.

Da Bidness

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