Zambia: Dalisoul Touching Fans' Souls

APART from his signature deadly stage antics with his Jerabo dancers, Dalisoul Mwana Wamukomboni continues to mesmerise his faithful fans with addictive lyrics of his releases like the latest Poipa Paitana that is proving to be just another hit.

The towering artiste who sent the revellers crazy when he performed at East Point on Friday last week was a marvel to watch especially when he introduced the Poipa Paitana track which seems to be getting a lot of kudos from the old fans.

It is as though this song just has a special charm which even sent the female revellers into a special frenzy.

The pleasure was totally unhidden from these excited women. The song that mainly encourages the women not to stop "looking good" even after they get married seems to cut across gender as the menfolk could also be seen displaying their dancing antics to the high pleasure of the tune.

In the song, Dalisoul encourages women not to be reluctant just because they are now in marriage but to continue looking good just like before.

Speaking in a side interview, a female fan who only identified herself as Grace described the song as "heartening", saying the mistake most women make is to stop looking good just because they have got married, the situation they described as unfortunate.

"This song is really encouraging especially to us women. It is true that some women only tend to look good before they get married but later become reluctant just because they are already in a marriage," said one female reveller.

As though to seal the deal, Dalisoul has unleashed yet another hit, Nangu Menso yalibe ma Ketani, which comes as a warning against child defilement and gender-based violence.

Though the track carries a serious message, it is not short of fan as it is equally danceable and just easy on the ear.

It sent the revellers wild at East Point.

Just to prove its worth, the Poipa Paitana song was requested for over five times by Copperbelt revellers at Bottoms Up in Luanshya.

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